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Old 17th May 2004, 02:05 PM   #1
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Unhappy Marantz CD67mkII OSE "Radial error", doesn't read any disks

Hi everyone,

I recently bought a faulty CD67mkii OSE, and I'm trying to fix it. When in service mode, it gives "Err 10" (which is a radial error) and sometimes "Err 7". In effect it doesn't read any disks.

I've replaced the CDM12.1 laser mechanism with a VAM1202, but unfortunately that doesn't help.

I've seen some discussions on the Marantz CD6000, and others, and I have the cd43/53/63 manual, but unfortunately there is a difference in the circuit board attached to the laser mechanism (p126). My board is WG186W102-2 which has a TDA1302T chip, and some capacators and resistors.

Does anyone have the service manual for this CD player?
Does anyone know what could be wrong/where the Radial signal runs?

I hope someone can help me!

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Old 17th May 2004, 03:16 PM   #2
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Hi Berend,

I also have a CD67 and happen to have the manual also.
Interested in a scanned copy of some pages???

Raymond.

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Hi everyone,

I recently bought a faulty CD67mkii OSE, and I'm trying to fix it. When in service mode, it gives "Err 10" (which is a radial error) and sometimes "Err 7". In effect it doesn't read any disks.

I've replaced the CDM12.1 laser mechanism with a VAM1202, but unfortunately that doesn't help.

I've seen some discussions on the Marantz CD6000, and others, and I have the cd43/53/63 manual, but unfortunately there is a difference in the circuit board attached to the laser mechanism (p126). My board is WG186W102-2 which has a TDA1302T chip, and some capacators and resistors.

Does anyone have the service manual for this CD player?
Does anyone know what could be wrong/where the Radial signal runs?

I hope someone can help me!

Kind regards,

Berend
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Old 17th May 2004, 03:28 PM   #3
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Hi Berend,

I also have a CD67 and happen to have the manual also.
Interested in a scanned copy of some pages???

Raymond.


Absolutely! If you could send it to my personal email account, that would be excellent! Thank you very much!

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Old 17th May 2004, 03:41 PM   #4
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Absolutely! If you could send it to my personal email account, that would be excellent! Thank you very much!

Best regards,

Berend
Berend,

Can you activate e-mailing through this board, or give me your address?
I will mail you the interesting parts of the manual, and maybe can
help you pin-pointing the problem since i've been a repair technician for a while.
Great player, by the way, especially if you modify it.
http://www.tnt-audio.com/clinica/cd67.html

Greetings,
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Post CD67 manual

Just in case anyone else is interested:

Here's the digital part of the CD67 (SE), incl. block diagram.

Greetz,

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Cool And here's the rest...

And here's the rest...
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File Type: zip cd67_digital_3_4.zip (70.1 KB, 242 views)
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Cool And here's the rest...

Part 1 & 2...
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Question Where oh where did my attachments go???

If anyone else is interested in the CD67 manual, just drop me an
e-mail. My attachments seem to have been lost in space.

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Well, after some tinkering in Service Mode, the following happens. When I move through the Service Modes, and turn Focus, Spindle and Radial on.... tadaaaa.... music! If I then press Play, it reads the TOC, and I can go to other tracks, and it will play.

However, if I then switch the player off, and then on again, if just says DISC, and if I just press Play in Service Mode, it also doesn't read the disc, and gives a Err 10 (Radial Error).

If anyone has any clue what's happening here, please let me know!

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Hi Berend,

When you power-up the player normally, does the disc start spinning,
or is the DISC message all you get?
If it does start spinning the FOCUS part appears to work o.k.

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