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Re: arial for my ex em70
If you are referring to an aerial antenna that is telescopic, most replacements would be readily available from most electronic supply store. It is a common component and most versions would fit a number of brands and models. Often it is held in place by a single screw. In some instances, an exact replacment may not be available but as earlier stated most would do and serve the purpose. A temporary workaround is to simply put a length of wire to simulate an extended antenna. There are however models/versions that could also accept an aerial even meant/designed for portable TVs.
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Hi. Firts of all.. chances are that your unit needs to be cleaned or you used low quality cassettes in thr player. a tape has would itself around the capstan and pinch roller causing everything to jam up. you may need to open up the unit..seperate the cassette mechanism from the main chasis and take it apart delicately in order to get the tape out without breaking the door catch .. Use tweezers but do not mark or scratch the azimuth head...OR.. try it from the front and try to open the door with a fingernail in there..while pressing the eject...good luk. Trace Electronics Repair, Canada
put a 3 foot piece of wire on it.does the same thing.any parts house will have an antenna ,and for sure an authorized panasonic repair depot...they are listed in the back of the warranty book for the radio
i had the same problem after i moved and everything ran but when i put in a cd the disc would spin for awhile then change to the next disc and just kept spinning and moving from one disc to the other none stop. so i opened mine up turns out during the move there is a small black plastic piece that sits on top of the laser in the middle it shifted during the move making it block the view of the disc. you will have to carefully remove the plastic piece from the top of the laser with out touching the laser lens and that fixed mine good as new. my problem is i need the remote code movers lost my remote and can't find the code to use the replacement i bought. Hope it helps if this is the same problem i had should work. i tried to move the black piece back into place but it just did not go back right to just removed it all together. they did not use anything to really hold it into place to avoid slipping.
Gents - not sure where you live, but try these UK links. The D65 was a similar system produced a year or two earlier, if the cable is 15 pin my bet is it is the same cable. Good luck, better look after my cables carefully!
I dont know this system specially, but the speaker cables are usually heavy double cables with plugs on each end.
I would suggest that you visit a Dick Smith store and ask to see what speaker cables they have available...they are pretty standard its just the length and the plug socket match you need to make for the Denon model you have,