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3 connection leads inside

I am not sure where I unplugged these 3 black wires with a metal clamp type tip. Can you help?

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These are ground wires and can be attached to the chassis anywhere where they will fit.

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It's hard to do this long distance, but I have a feeling the problem is with your disc or your laser, not your connections. A distant third possibility is the deck's transport.

First, plug the deck into an amp, and make sure you have connected it to the right place. (It is very easy to get tripped up by tape inputs and tape monitors.)

I suspect that you accidentally erased the disc. So let's check. Play an MD that you are SURE has something on it and see if anything at all is coming through the amp and speakers. Be sure to look at the display to see if the disc is actually playing a track.

Then try recording something on the disc you have. Be sure to enable the disc to record. The little white tab on the bottom left has to be closed. If it is open the disc will not record. Make sure it is all the way closed, too. Do this by opening it and then closing it with a thumbnail or small screwdriver.

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1) Be sure there is something on your disc.
2) With the lid off see if the disc is actually turning.
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4) In case you erased your disc, try recording something on it or on a different disc). Check the display as it does so, and look at the transport to see if anything is turning.

If nothing is turning or moving, it MAY be dirt or it may be grease where grease shouldn't be or no grease where grease should be. That is unlikely, but check it out. What do you have to lose?

If everything is moving but nothing records and nothing plays back, your laser is dead. And they are not cheap. Fortunately, there are a gazillion MD decks on eBay.

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If the amp comes back on after cooling, you're lucky. They only have so many self-protection cycles in their lives so continuously resetting or cycling their power without addressing the cause can do more harm than good.

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Check the speakers and speakers wiring, a contact in speaker wires, or faulty speakers can send the unit in protection.

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