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Aiwa CX-ZHT63 Display Trouble

I have this stereo system that the display is out. One night the breaker in my home that this was plugged into kicked off and when it was turned back on the display was out. Everything else works fine, the sound is great, CD works, and so on. The problem is that you cannot see what station is playing or the settings of the sound since the display will not light up. I really like this system and don't want to trash it just yet. Is there any suggestions that I can do, maybe a fuse is out, or the display can be changed. Please help!

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  • dlynn Jan 09, 2008

    I'm having trouble with the display on my aiwa cx-zht65 5disc stereo system. I use it in my entertainment center and don't want to have to replace it, but the display won't light. Everything else works and lights except for the display so I can't see the speaker levels and stereo stations, etc. I'll take apart myself, but I thought maybe I could find the answer first. Can anyone please help me?

  • Stryker395 Apr 06, 2008

    I have the exact same problem My system was working fine and the all of a sudden I go to turn it on and the display won't work. Everything else works fine, but I just can't see anything like volume or any of the settings. I really don't want to get rid of it just yet. If someone could please help.

  • schthed Apr 27, 2008

    I have the same problem on my aiwa nsx-mt960 are there any suggestions??

  • twracing937 May 17, 2008

    When I turn on the stereo unit I get the same thing that these other people are experiencing.  There is no display of the radio station, volume, or sound settings. I don't really want to trash this system if I don't have to.

  • crabbinboots May 24, 2008

    Add me to the list. Have been trying to trouble shoot this for months. No display lights. It has been a solid performer and I hate to replace but haven't found help anywhere. Please advise of a solution if found, Thanks.

  • Anonymous Jul 01, 2008

    Have also the same problem the power went out one night came on and i noticed the display was out on my aiwa.

  • drvegus Feb 04, 2009

    SAME PROBLEM, but my power never went out.

  • Nd Patel
    Nd Patel Dec 29, 2019

    I have also a NSX-C88 AIWA VCD PLAYER ALL FUNCTION WORK without display please solve me

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I own a NSX-MT960 and the same thing happen , DEAD DISPLAY.

I just happen to be retired Certified Electornic Tech and Held a FCC first class ticket, and own a tv-vcr -stereo repair shop that worked on all brands,

I had to fix alot of items WITHOUT THE HELP of a schematic diagram and got to be pretty good at it,

THIS HAPPENED about 7 or 8 years ago, but it still may help somebody,

THE DISPLAY IS A VACUUM FLOURESCENT and has a low voltage heater circut to heat it up like old vacuum tube, AIWA PUT IN A SURGE CURRENT LIMIT RESISTOR about a 1/2-1 watt unit with LOW OHMS, I FORGET NOW BUT a 1 watt .5 ohm resistor will fix it, OR JUST JUMP IT for a short time to test, but put that thing back in, better to burn out that resistor than the heater circuit in the display.

HOPE THAT HELPS

RETIRED TELEVISION REPAIR ENGINEER THAT TROUBLE SHOT DOWN TO THE COMPONET LEVEL< NO BOARD CHANGER HERE!!

THAT WAS THEN < THIS IS NOW, NOW YOU HAVE TO CHANGE BOARDS DUE TO SMD WAVE SOLDERING , YOU WILL RUIN A PCB WITHOUT TENS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF DESOLDERING EQUIPMENT.

BEST REGARDS

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The problem is a fuse resistor. It is on the top, right conrner (looking from the rear of the unit) of the front panel where the display is mounted. It is represented as a solid white line aprox. 3/4" long with a small square on each end. You will have to take out the CD unit to get at this board. Just jumper the fuse resistor with .5 ohm 1/2 watt resistor. Unit repaired. A-Plus Electronics [email protected]

Posted on Aug 17, 2010

  • Christopher Howard
    Christopher Howard Mar 01, 2018

    Is there a number associated with this fuse resistor? There are several lines with squares as described in that area and none in the very top right corner. And is it vertical or horizontal?

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SOURCE: HOME STEREO SYSTEM CD PLAYER

aiwa cx-na508

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Aiwa Stereo

i have the same stereo i got it used and the cd player didnt play cds but i took off the top of it and figured out that there was dust on the lens i cleaned the lens with a cue tip and it worked fine

Posted on Feb 04, 2012

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SOURCE: where can i get a free user guide for aiwa cx-nmt520

gm rick hoffer go to this site then type in your model number good luck....http://esupport.sony.com/

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