The problem I have is when I turn off the boombox it will not come back on unless I unplug the power from it first. Then it will let me turn it back on.
When I do turn it off the light on the screen is still on showing the clock but it will not power back on by pushing the power button. The power cord has to be pulled out before you can push the power button to make it come back on.
For now I just leave it on all the time. Any help or suggestions would be great.
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If "PROTECT" appears on the display: Immediately unplug the power cord, and check if anything blocking the ventilation holes on the back of the system after "PROTECT" disappears. After you have checked the ventilation holes and found to be all right, reconnect the power cord, and turn on the system. If the issue persists, contact your nearest Sony dealer.
If you have power to the unit but no sound, chances are the audio output ic has shorted causing a load, turn volume down, power off, remove speaker wires, power on, if standby light stays on audio output ic needs to be changed. If however the standby light changes or goes off it indicates a short in the wires or speaker issue, hook up one at a time to identify the problem one.
Not unless you see something labelled so - but power supplies don't tend to work like that! It's either power supply circuitry thats died but it may have a replaceable long life internal fuse which a workshop (repairer) can replace, and should be real cheap to do. Otherwise, for indoor use, to save on batteries, get a universal AC to DC adaptor. I think you'll find it has a DC IN socket somewhere about it (back or sides)
It's not receiving enough power from the boombox so the voltage drops too low for the receiver to function properly. Check the cradle connector for bent or pressed pins and the power source of the box for proper functioning: measure the voltage it delivers and the status of its components, especially the filtering capacitors.
This, probably, is a power issue on the printer. Unplug the printer from the computer. Unplug the power supply from the printer (it's the black box behind the printer where the power cord is attached). Try not to use any power strips or extensions for the power cord. If possible, plug the power cord straight to the wall outlet. With the power cord plugged in straight to the power outlet, plug the power supply back in the printer. That should refresh the printer. When everything's powered on, plug printer to computer. Hope this helps. If you need more assistance, leave a comment and I'll get back to it. Thanks.
This was happening on mine and here is how i fixed it.
I would hear clicking from the cassette area when i first turned it on, and the door would be jammed and i had to brute force it open. The kaboom would not shut down by using the power button or remote. Nothing!
I found the tape mechanism was getting jammed out of place because of all the gunk so I cleaned the inside with isopropyl alcohol and a q-tip then moved the mechanisms back and forth with my finger on the bottom where the tape goes over the sensor.
I powered it up with no clicking and was able to shut it off with the power button and remote again. My power issues had to do with the tape player whodathunkit.
there is a flat connects the top panel which has all the controls with the other circutes in the stereo...
so you have to open it and care for the cd unit it damage easily then check the flat for loseness or cuts
it happened to me also and that works perfectly