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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do you have the manual for the Rowe Ami R-92?
If not then you need to get one in order to set each location in the menu.
The manual can be purchased in a paper form or on CD from a number of dealers on Ebay.
The paper manuals can be purchased from www.victoryglass.com also a good source for spare parts.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
you need to check the Home signal to make sure the opto is activated at position 99. When the unit powers up the mechanism scans one complete cycle so it re-indexes the computer and starts scanning from position 00. If you want a quick test, turn the power off and scan the carousel to position 99 by releasing the latch on the left side of the mech just under and behind the mechanism motor. then power up the unit and it should pick the right selection. You can also observe the optic indicators on the mechanism control board under the turntable. The Home signal only operates at 99, the Index pulses between each record as it scans. Good Luck
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
Replacing the battery should have reset the computer to "factory defaults". If the computer worked before the battery change, it should have just worked. No PROGRAMMING is needed for it to function. Check the following.
Make certain that you have all of the plugs reconnected through out the entire machine.
Check the plugs that you messed with.,Sometimes it is possible to have the plug off of one of the end pins It can appear to be plugged in but it is off by a single pin.
Make sure that you have all of the power indicators lit (LED's) on your power distribution unit.
Be sure that you installed the battery correctly. Sometimes the replacement batteries can have a different appearance from the original. You must look to see if the polarity of the battery is correct. The board & the battery should be marked. + & -..
Push on all the chips that are set in sockets. These can back out over the years. This is called "chip Creep"
Examine the board for poor solder, especially on the "plug" pins.
Also there are 3 (I think) electrolytic capacitors that you may want to change
If none of this gets you going, you may want to try try replacing the computer
Posted on Aug 29, 2015
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