Question about Sony Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Frodo Wesseling on
SOURCE: MY SONY LBT-LX90AV CASSETT PLAYS DISCORD AND BELT FALLS OFF
Hi. Make sure the flywheel turns freely and that the capstan pin and pressure roller are clean. If this is OK then it is more than likely that the belt is stretched, dried out or generally worn. These parts only have a certain usable life and are quite cheap to replace.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: pushed power protect
speaker protection turned on.it can be happend because of bad power amlifire section.can you remoove the powe ramp board with large heatsink.its very easy to repair.and i can help.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: sony lbt v702 hifi system stack
i have a sony stack system i had put away for a couple of years, i have now put it back together, but when i wire both speakers up, the sound go s to a point then cuts out, whith a mesage on the front saying protect, it i take one speaker off! nothing happens, can any one help please?
thak you for your time.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, im looking for connecting
ment you can do there is make your own wire soldered on the inside of your computer by cable that there
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
SOURCE: my sony LBT-ZUX10D midi hifi system disc tray
This can be due to many reasons and for a start you must be able to check the power to the loading motors, the loading drive IC's. If there is no input command to the IC,- check the voltages before eject , play is pressed and on rest.- to compare and confirm a input loss. If so the processor controller section is a suspect. Also if the mode settings are out of sync , the loading will not work.
Cannot rule out a damaged mechancial link, gear or drive. Need to start checking with all these tips after the mechanism is removed.
Take care with connectors and connections, make a note of your working so as not to forget the sections when fitting back.
Posted on Oct 08, 2011
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