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Old 28th February 2005, 11:48 AM   #1
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Default aiwa xc005 - new laser. adjustments ?

Hi, I just replaced the laser module on an aiwa xc005.
(A kss150a module was replaced with a kss210b)

It seems to have cured the skipping but it is now a bit intermittent when play is pressed right after a disk is inserted.

Once it has started playing there are no obvious faults. Tracks can then be selected without any problems.

Does someone recognise this fault ?
Is there some adjustment I should make after fitting a new laser (I have 'scope / meters etc) ?

I did have a trawl on the web but not much info was forthcoming.
The pots on the main board are helpfully labelled so some generic advice would be helpful

thanks in advance, dave
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