CIRCUIT BOARD FOR CD PLAYER BOTTONS HELP FIND A REPLACEMET
OK SO I TRIED THE TREE PLACES AIWA SAID TO TRY BUT THE DON'T CARRY THEM PROBBLAY NEVER DID INEED A NEW ONE BECASE KIDS SET SOMETHING ONE IT AND CRACKED THE BOARD IT HAS 5 BOTTONS ON IT ONE FOR DISC CHANGE DISC 1 DISC 2 DISC 3 AND ON FOR OPEN CLOSE WHERE CAN I GET A NEW BAORD? EMAIL ME A [email protected] PLEASE HURRY THANKS
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do u find a small hole on the front side of your drive? Just enter a small pin or suitable hard pointed stick to it and you will be able to open it..!! once its open..!! remove your drive from p.c and give it for a service. it may be coz of dust. try it.
some one help me...my aiwa vcd component model no. CX-NK550HR suddenly dont open or power up... i think it have a problem in its transformer...what do u think???kindly send me a response on my problem pls..... ym:jhongojar email add; [email protected]
The clicking you are hearing is an attempt to focus on the disc. The usual cleaning discs don't work well. Try to gain access to the lens and clean itusing a cotton swab and alcohol. That will remove any film that remains on the lens. If that fails to resolve the problem, the optics will need to be replaced.
Being on a boat for 4 years may indicate that there could be some water damage on the main board. If you can take it out and remove the bottom panel to look at the circuit board you may be able to see if there is any water damage. You would be surprised at how water can get into places that seem water tight.
If you find any corroded area of the board, try using an old toothbrush or something like that to remove the corrosion. You can use rubbing alcohol to help remove it if you don't have anything made for electronics to use.
Also look inside the radio on the other side of the board if you can. You may see some water damage there as well. since it does turn on and play, cleaning it may fix your problem. But once it gets water damaged, the clock starts ticking on how long it will still play. Once the copper circuit traces have been exposed to the elements they continue to corrode over time.
If it is a power loss issue that has nothing to do with water damage, the first culprit is always the output ic. you would need to have it replaced. I don't know what IC this unit has, but most can be purchased and the number is usually on the IC.