Aiwa Televison & Video - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Aiwa HV-MX100U fuse replacement Specifications.
It's a 2 amp 250 vac fuse, when you say it has a (dead fuse) does the fuse look blown, or you tested it with a meter and it's open? If it's open replace it and all should be good and a new fuse should fix it but if the fuse has the filament blown you have a really good chance there is an issue with the switch mode power supply, it's common for IC1 to have a short from pin 3 to ac common, this causes the main fuse to blow. I'd do some testing before I replace the fuse, or use a 60 watt test lamp to see if the bulb lights up bright indicating a short or lights then goes out indicating no short. If it has a bad IC it's not a good idea to to put a fuse in and power it up.
Aiwa CXZM2600 no sound. Speaker module OK.
There are several common faults that can cause a lack of sound on the Aiwa CXZM2600 front panel circuit board:
- Damaged components (e.g. capacitors, resistors)
- Loose connections
- Badly soldered joints
- Blown fuses
- Failed audio amplifier IC It's recommended to check these potential issues and to have an experienced technician diagnose and repair the fault.
I Have An Old Aiwa Stack MX-Z9300m and i don't have the remote
It sounds like you're looking for a replacement remote control for your Aiwa Stack MX-Z9300m. Unfortunately, since your stack is an old model, it might be difficult to find a new remote control for it.
Here are a few options you can consider:
- Check with Aiwa directly. Contact Aiwa's customer service and inquire about the availability of a replacement remote control. They may still have some stock of the original remote, or they may be able to provide you with information on where you can purchase one.
- Check with electronics repair shops. Some repair shops may have the original remote control, or they may be able to repair or replace the remote control you have.
- Check online marketplaces. Check online marketplaces such as eBay or Amazon for used or refurbished remote controls for your Aiwa Stack MX-Z9300m. Keep in mind that buying a used remote control may not be guaranteed to work properly, so be sure to research the seller's ratings and reviews before making a purchase.
- Invest in a Universal Remote Control. You can purchase a universal remote control that can be programmed to work with your Aiwa Stack MX-Z9300m. These types of remotes are widely available and can be found at many electronic stores or online.
- Consult the user manual or the technical specifications of your Aiwa Stack MX-Z9300m. You might be able to find information about the remote control that was originally used with the stack. With this information, you may be able to find an appropriate replacement remote control.
It's important to keep in mind that some of these options may not be an exact match for your Aiwa Stack MX-Z9300m, and may not have all the functions of the original remote control.
It's also important to check the Aiwa Stack MX-Z9300m's warranty status and the manufacturer's instructions to ensure that the repair or replacement will not void the warranty.
Aiwa HV-MX100u powers down after 5 secs, even without cartridge
Dave, your problem is most likely with the mode sensors. I had the same symptoms and it turned out that some lubricating gel had migrated onto the electrical contacts that make up part of the mode sensing system.
If you go over to the HV-MX100 page, I've posted a guide (with photos) under the Tips section showing how I fixed it.
Aiwa mx100 (al system vcr)
if your vcr is a multisystem, select the proper system in your vcr for the video to be played. but if not, you cannot play your PAL in your NTSC vcr. good luck!
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