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55
Knowledge section
In case of difficulty
÷
Clean the head referring to
“Mainte-
nance”
.
÷
Try another tape.
÷
Try another tape.
÷
Switch off the equalizer and 3D
surround effects before starting
playback.
÷
Demagnetize the head referring to
“Maintenance”
.
÷
Install the system at a distance from
other electric appliances and TV.
÷
Switch on the Tape Equalizer.
÷
Clean the head referring to
“Mainte-
nance”
.
÷
Wind the tape again by fast forward-
ing, rewinding or playing from an end
to the other.
÷
Use a cassette with an unbroken re-
cording protect tab or block the hole.
÷
Close the holder completely.
÷
Select the source to be recorded with
the
CD
,
TUNER
, or
AUX
key.
÷
Change the tape transport direction of
deck B or reverse the tape insertion
orientation.
Sound is harsh or high fre-
quencies are not repro-
duced.
Sound is distorted.
Noise is noticeable.
Sound vibrates.
Recording cannot be started
by pressing the record key.
Remedy
Symptom
Cause
A CD is placed in the player
but it cannot be played.
Sound is not produced.
Sound skips.
÷
The disc is placed upside down.
÷
The disc position is displaced.
÷
The disc is extremely dirty.
÷
The disc is scratched.
÷
Dew is condensed on the optics lens.
÷
The disc has not been placed.
÷
The player is not set to the play mode.
÷
The disc is extremely dirty.
÷
The disc is scratched.
÷
The disc is dirty.
÷
The disc is scratched.
÷
The player was subjected to vibration.
÷
Place the disc properly, with the label
side facing upward.
÷
Place the disc properly.
÷
Clean the disc referring to
“Handling
of discs and tapes”
.
÷
Try another disc.
÷
Refer to
“Caution on condensation”
and remove the condensation by
evaporation.
÷
Place a disc in the CD player.
÷
Press the play key.
÷
Clean the disc referring to
“Handling
of discs and tapes”
.
÷
Try another disc.
÷
Clean the disc referring to
“Handling
of discs and tapes”
.
÷
Try another disc.
÷
Install the unit in a place not subject to
vibrations.
CD player
÷
The head is dirty.
÷
The tape is stretched or shrunk.
÷
The tape being played was recorded
with distorted sound.
÷
A tape which has been recorded with
the equalizer and/or 3D surround
effects is being played back by
applying the equalizer effect.
÷
The tape head is magnetized.
÷
External noise is induced.
÷
A tape which has been recorded with
Dolby NR is being played back with-
out switching the Tape Equalizer.
÷
The capstans or pinch rollers are dirty.
÷
The tape is wound irregularly.
÷
The recording protect tab of the cas-
sette has been broken.
÷
The cassette holder is not closed com-
pletely.
÷
The
TAPE
input is selected.
÷
The tape is fully wound to one of the
reels.
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