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post #931 of 936 Old 06-04-2014, 02:39 PM
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One possibility would be if the laser cannot move to the rest position or the turn mechanism in the back is not locked in side a or b position the unit will not respond
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One possibility would be if the laser cannot move to the rest position or the turn mechanism in the back is not locked in side a or b position the unit will not respond
It is locked in side a but I still get no response
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You may need to try to physically move the pickup either forward or back a little and see what happens if it still does not help then the next culprit could be the position switches.
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You may need to try to physically move the pickup either forward or back a little and see what happens if it still does not help then the next culprit could be the position switches.
Yea moving the pickup did not help
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There are some switches on the bottom toward the spindle motor. Try depressing and releasing a couple times. Also try the one on top. If this doesn't work you should think about a new player. I do have one I could sell you.
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