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I need more to see what your problem is ??? what you mean you had a cap attached to it and almost caught on fire.?? and why would something inside be touching?? have you had the unit open?? as parts dont ussally move around and "touch" all by themselfs Please respond back with more info!!
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If the film is advancing you do not have a problem. It may be that the rewind button does not actually spin when you advance the film, because if it did and you have something caught on it when you are trying to do so you could really mess things up. Really, the rewind crank may only visibly spin in one direction.
Something caught in pump & belt burning. Motor start capacitor (If fitted) is US & needs replacing. Timer faulty, motor has burning smell, replace timer & or motor. Motor switchgear failed motor sitting there & humming, adjust switchgear or replace motor.
it is really up to you. i had a 1988 ford thunderbird 2.3 turbocoupe that caught on fire spontaneously one day and i didn't replace the wiring harness but i did have an electrician repair the harness and it worked fine. but i can see why you would want to if you could afford the new wiring harness. i know that for my thunderbird it was about $300 for the main harness.
Im not sure if you a very knowledgeable of car audio but first make sure the rca's are plugged in!!!! Then make sure the gain is all the way up on your amp, well atleast some of the way!!!!! Maybe they were real dirty and decided to cut your rca's somewhere in the car so they llok like there still hooked up but maybe they really aint!!!!! maybe your amp is fried!!!! But remember it worked fine when you brought it to them!!!! They are trying to stick ya man!!!!
sounds like a horrible short im sorry.
Call sony if you were under warrenty.
It sounds like you had a faulty power supply and it really caused a mess.
Why would your tv catch on fire though? Their isnt and source of power that travels through rca's that can cause a fire through your tv.
on rockford amps, the bass control knob needs to be connected to get the maximum output (+18 db gain i believe). If you did this to the power wires, then yes, you may have at least damaged the bass control knob. Try replacing this to see if you get all of your gain back. If not, then you have damaged something inside the amp...maybe a capacitor or power supply inside. If that's the case, you'll need to get the amp looked at by an electronics repair technician or local stereo shop.