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Old 21st May 2016, 11:31 AM   #1
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Default about studer A730 next track function problem.

I receive a studer A730 from a friend.
It works very well but the 'next track' function not works.
from the manual ,I see the Cursor button could offer the function of next track during playing.
But I press the Cursor button , it does not jump to next track...
I am sure the cursor button works in cursor function ( when sets cue , it works well as a cursor).

It is very very thankful that someone give me some suggestion about the problem.
many many thanks!
Kindest regards.
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Old 23rd May 2016, 12:38 PM   #2
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If the playback works properly, i.e. it plays continuously without the transport skipping of objecting (making loud noise when advancing towards the end of the disc), then I think the problem is in the NEXT or CURSOR button not making the electrical contact. These are made by carbon beads embedded in elastic rubber foil on gold-plated PCB contacts and are known to be unreliable sometimes, depending on the wear or the environment in which they worked or were being stored. A light cleaning of both usually solves the problem. Be careful not to clean the carbon beads with any solvent or contact spray.
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Old 23rd May 2016, 12:46 PM   #3
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Correction: in A730 these are classic microswitches, not the rubber/carbon ones. But I still believe the problem lies there or in the connectors.
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