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Providing the manual works fine, quickly and without any problems for an acceptable price. After printing the service manual it took me only a short time to repair my carradio from Clarion. Thank You! Greetings from Heiko
I was searching a way to modify the original phono-in entry (for connection of vynil disc player, with RIAA equalization) to a line-in entry (for connection of modern analog entries, eg. ipod, mp3player).
This service manual gave me the correct hints.
It contains very useful infos for repairing and modifing the hi-fi, such as disassembling instructions, block diagrams, schematic diagrams, PCB prints, replacement parts list.
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2 Insert a CD and, if desired, program the track numbers. Under no circumstance should you try to If you are unable to solve a problem by
O P N E
ST OPâ¢R ECOR
repair the set yourself as this will following these hints, consult your dealer or
3 Press STOPÂ·OPEN 9 / to open theinvalidate cassettethe compartment.guarantee.
4 Insert a blank, unprotected, and close the cassette
INSTRUCTION FOR USE
Problem Possible cause Solution
No sound, VOLUME is not adjusted. Adjust volume. 5 Press RECORD 0 to start recording. no power Headphones are connected. Disconnect headphones.
â¢ Playing of the CD or program starts automatically.
Mains is not securely connected. Connect mains cable properly.
6 For brief interruptions press ;. Press the PAUSE ; key Batteries are flat. Insert fresh batteries.
Trying change over to Remove mains plug from the battery supply without removing the plug. unitâs AC MAINS socket. 7 To stop recording, press STOPÂ·OPEN 9 /. No reaction to Electrostatic discharge. Disconnect the set from power supply, operation of any keys reconnect after a few seconds. Note: the recording can be started from different positions: Poor reception Weak radio signal. Direct the antenna for optimum â if the CD player is in pause mode, recording will start
again to resume recording. Batteries are inserted incorrectly. Insert batteries correctly.
reception. from this very position (use â or Â§); like TVs, computers, engines, etc. equipment. beginning of the CD or program. No CD is inserted. Insert a CD. The laser is steamed up. Wait until the lens has cleared. 1 Tune to the desired radio station (see âRADIOâ).
â if the CD player is in stop mode, recording will start from Interference caused by equipment Keep the radio away from electrical
no E indication The CD is badly scratched dirty. Replace or clean the CD.
Recording from the radio The is inserted upside down. Insert CD with label facing up.
skips tracks The CD is damaged dirty. Replace or clean the CD. Poor cassette Dust dirt on the capstans or Clean heads, capstans, and pressure sound quality pressure rollers. 3 Insert a blank, unprotected, and close the cassette (METAL or CHROME) for recording. Recording does Cassette tab(s) may be snapped off. Apply a piece of adhesive tape over 4 Press RECORD 0 to start recording. not work the opening.
2 Press STOPÂ·OPEN 9 / to open the cassette compartment. PROGRAM is active. Switch off SHUFFLE or PROGRAM.
compartment. Use of unsuitable cassette types Only use NORMAL type cassettes for
5 For brief interruptions PAUSE ;. To resume recording press
the PAUSE ; key again.
6 To stop recording, press STOPÂ·OPEN 9 /.
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CASSETTE RECORDER TROUBLESHOOTING
Recording from the player â CD synchro start
ST AR T RECO RD IN G
below before taking the set for repair.
CD SY N CH RO
1 Set the POWER slider to CD. WARNING
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed