Jensen Jta-475 Cd Player /turntable /cassete /am-fm Radio /remote /headphone Ja - Answered Questions & Fixed issues
How can I get sound from my radio
If a cable speaker is shorted to ground or (in your case) the short was on the casing the radio mutes the output to save the amp. So
remove all cables and put them back to the radio & connect the speakers one by one to see if it works or mutes again
How to set the time on a Jensen JR-175A clock radio?
Page seven of a similar model manual
1. With the unit in Standby mode, press and hold the TIME SET button for about 1 second
2. Press the (two right triangle / two left triangle buttons) to adjust the hour.
3. When the correct hour is selected, press the TIME SET button to confirm and the "minute digits" will begin to flash on the display.
4. Press the (twwo right triangle/two left triangle buttons) to adjust the minutes.
5. When the correct minute is selected, press the TIME SET button again to complete the setting.
3/2/2018 4:07:55 PM •
on Mar 02, 2018
How do I fix the speed of my Jensen JTA-460 turntable? I've tried numerous records that previously worked perfectly, but now the speed is too slow regardless of what album I try.
Could be the belt for the pulleys is stretched a little, or there is something making it slip, or the potentiometers were set incorrectly from the factory . It is normal to have one for each speed. It is unknown if you can access these from the bottom of the unit. Slippage is less likely to be caused by something oily, since it would alternate the speed faster and slower and yours seems to have worked then reached a constant slower speed. Do your 45's and 78's play ok? (yeah I know, does anyone have a lot of 78's on hand)
Your model does not have an outside pitch control to fine tune the speed faster or slower. Another Jensen model JTA-230 does. Entry level turntables such as yours are not speed accurate reliable. After reading reviews on your turntable, it's possible that the belt is the problem. If the slow speed problem had happened from the start, it would be safe to say that the speed wasn't calibrated correctly and you could have returned it and perhaps had better luck with another one but because it worked fine at the start and then now plays slower, it's either the belt or the potentiometer for the 33rpm speed has somehow changed.
5/23/2017 5:58:47 AM •
on May 23, 2017
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