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I have the same turntable... and can't seem to locate the owners manual either.


Electro Brand... | Answered on Jan 09, 2019

Ebay or amazon is the best chance. They have groups of belts that you can order. They might not all fit your application.

Electro Brand... | Answered on Dec 08, 2018

Power supply could be defective

Electro Brand... | Answered on Feb 13, 2018

Try eBay.

Electro Brand... | Answered on Aug 18, 2016

unfortunatly the mechanism is jammed up for one reason or the other reason #1 a cd is stuck inside #2 the gear just wore out and or it was forced closed by hand instead of pushing the eject/load button..you can try to gently pry this door open while pressing open/eject button that works 40% of the time..if it does not work? it can then be deemed broken out of order.

it's worth a shot trying to pry it open but beware this could either work or really destroy the door/mech/player comes down to this "do you feel lucky" sadly? that's where we're at with this one.

Electro Brand... | Answered on Apr 25, 2015

When you move the headphone plug around and the sound cuts in and out that usually means that the terminals in the jack have corrosion on them. You can usually clean the jack with contact cleaner that is sold in home improvement stores.

Here's a video showing how to clean the headphone jack on a phone but the process is the same for any device that uses a headphone.

Electro Brand... | Answered on Apr 01, 2015

Well, you can plug it into a PC and see if that does the same thing. If so it is defective as in shorting components in it. But what do you expect from items that are made in China. You are better off with a restored regular deck and then plugging audio into your computer. You will get much better results that way. All USB decks are junk.

Audio Players &... | Answered on Jan 02, 2015

not really repairable none of them are unless the laser itself died byut even then it isn't really repairable the only way would be to find the same type of unit and swap out the good cd player with the bad one but rather than go thru that just buy a new or nice used one no sense rebuilding this junk they really were throw away units it breaks/ you trow it out simple easist cheapest way out...buy another one used and be happy

Electro Brand... | Answered on Oct 19, 2014

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