I am still trying to figure out why the Teac PLD2000 is experiencing intermittent no sound . The unusual thing is i need to wait for couple of minutes for the sound to come out.
1. There is also a time when the sound come out fast.
2. This problem can be experienced in DVD mode, tuner & AUX1 and AUX2.
3. The sound sometimes come out when we try to change some the levels of its volume, treble, bass sound & etc.
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Re: No sound , Intermittent no sound
Try this first....try using a contact cleaner on Vol, Treble, Bass controls. With the system OFF, remove the knobs (usually just pull straight out, check for a set screw first) Then using a commerically available contact cleaner which comes in a spray can, squirt some into the area where the shaft enter the pot and turn the shaft a few times as you do. Five it a good blast.
Then turn on your system with the controls turned down and see if that worked. The contact in the pots get dirty over time. If this doesn't help then it will be most likely an electrical problem that is out of my expertise.
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