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Teac Audio... | Answered on Sep 06, 2020

Play drive system failure. Fast forward and reverse are separate.

Teac Audio... | Answered on Jul 15, 2020

The nd (no disc) code means the CD drive is unable to read any disc you insert.

Teac Audio... | Answered on Jul 04, 2020

I had the same issue today. I found that opening the unit you can see that there is a white ribbon cable connecting the head unit to the main board. removing this cable and re-inserting it the connector fixed the problem. The display now works again...hope this helps

Teac PD-H300 CD... | Answered on Jun 11, 2020

There may be multiple causes - damaged speaker, broken cable, damaged connector, amplifier left channel failure.

Teac Audio... | Answered on Feb 09, 2020

fixya does not sell remote controls. Try a Google search.

Teac Audio... | Answered on Dec 26, 2019


They can be expensive but they have just about every remote you could think of.

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Teac PLD2000... | Answered on Dec 26, 2019

Try filling out this form at TEAC's support page. Only the factory would have access to that manual. It shouldn't be available anywhere else. I know only the Owners Manuals are more typically available.


Teac Audio... | Answered on Nov 03, 2019

dear joe i hereby attach the link for the service manual for the same. pl let me know it is useful to you r not by reply me. https://www.vintageshifi.com/repertoire-pdf/pdf/telecharge.php?pdf=Teac-A-3340-S-Service-Manual.pdf

Teac Audio... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

Hi Carol, from what you said, you could make the tape move
On the front of your Teac A103, there are two Instruments, called VUmeters, ask, when you play the tape, do the needles of these vumeters move indicating the presence of sound?
If they move, it would indicate that the tape is being read
If they do not, it may be that you are playing a tape without recording or that the reading head is dirty, with accumulation of debris from the cassette tapes
To clean them, you should use a thin cotton cloth, wet with a little alcohol, open the cassette door and pass it through the upper end of the heads, until they are clean, the head, which reproduces and records the cassettes is the that is in the middle
If all this is done, you get the vumeters to move and nothing comes out, you can try a pair of headphones and connect them to the output on the right
if you hear sounds, check the RCA cables for interconnection with the amplifier
Do the tests I suggest and comment
Indicate to which device you are connecting the cassette output to play
I await your comment
Regards Franco Dosil

Hola Carol, por lo que comentas, has podido hacer que la cinta se mueva
en el frente de tu Teac A103, hay dos Instrumentos, llamados VUmetros, pregunta, cuando reproduces la cinta, las agujas de estos vumetros se mueven indicando presencia de sonido?
Si se mueven, indicaria que se esta leyendo la cinta
Si no lo hacen, puede ser que estas reproduciendo una cinta sin grabacion o que el cabezal de lectura se encuentre sucio, con acumulacion de residuos de las cintas de los cassettes
Para limpiarlos, debes usar un pa?o fino de algodon, mojado con un poco de alcohol, abrir la puerta de la cassettera y pasarlo por el extremo superior de los cabezales, hasta que queden limpios, el cabezal, que reproduce y graba los cassettes es el que se encuentra en el medio
Si hecho todo esto, logras que se muevan los vumetros y no sale nada, puedes probar con un par de auriculares y conectarlos en la salida que se encuentra a la derecha
si escuchas sonidos, revisa los cables RCA de interconexion con el amplificador
Has las pruebas que te sugiero y comenta
Indica a que aparato estas conectando la salida de la cassetera, para reproducir
Espero tu comentario
Saludos Franco Dosil


Teac Audio... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

You can but be shure to measure the voltage that is required by the two units, also check that the polarities are the same. The current consumption should be fairly the same

Teac Audio... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

The most likely explanation is some dirt or dust on the lens inside of the machine.

Teac Audio... | Answered on Sep 30, 2019

This sounds like a loose solder joint or something else that is out of place, but clicks back in place when you move the player. Should be easy to spot. Might just need re-soldering. Have a look inside and see what you can see. Try turning it on the side. It doesn't need to be on, but watch carefully what moves!

Teac PD-H300 CD... | Answered on Aug 28, 2019

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