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Old 9th September 2009, 02:39 PM   #13151
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LOL

That all depends on what you dvm display was ranging too. It may be 1.2V or 1.2mV or 12mV with a decimal thrown in for good measure lol etc. Do you not have a mV setting on your dvm or a range button?

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Old 9th September 2009, 03:00 PM   #13152
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I'm gonna go for the 1.2mv as thats how it read which i'm guessing is low enough lol
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Old 9th September 2009, 05:10 PM   #13153
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Hi,
is it harmfull to power only few 5Vs on the cdp without the other devices?
(my dedicated 5V TX and its 317 right on the player).
I've no way to check the decoder and others IC power right from the top, need the beast to be upside-down.
I'm exhausted, done nothing, just opened the lid, checked the room for the +/-10, touched the decoder analog reg and powered up the player. Since then it's dead silent even if I've checked all I can, continuity, resoldered some suspicious points... f!
Hope the decoder is not fried...
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Old 9th September 2009, 05:33 PM   #13154
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Lastly can anyone point me in the direction of CY01 i cant find it

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Hi Ian,

CY01 is located on the display board. If you 'upgrade' RY11 to an inductor, you may experience reduced sensitivity of the remote. The solution is to place a 10...47uF electrolytic cap across CY01.

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Old 9th September 2009, 05:46 PM   #13155
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Thanks Ray

RY11 is an inductor, i dont use the remote so guess i dont need the cap.

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Old 9th September 2009, 05:54 PM   #13156
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Ray,
As you're here, do you know reasons why a player will skip when cold?
It's done it since i got it.

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Old 9th September 2009, 06:03 PM   #13157
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The grease on the traverse is too thick and once warmed a few degrees it softens. Clean it off all the parts the laser moves over and apply a small amount of new thin grease.

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It could be your laser is getting weak. As it heats up, the emission increases and the problem disappears. It could also be the discmotor is not rotating freely. If the shaft is a bit dirty, it may stick where it enters the motor when it is cold. When the disc starts to rotate, the sticky grease heats up and becomes more liquid.

If you have a scope nearby, you can check the HF signal and see if the amplitude if o.k.
The entry of the motor shaft can be lubricated with a tiny bit of WD40 for example.

A third possibility could be an IC that is rotten

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You beat me Brent

Plenty of options to choose from, Ian
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Old 9th September 2009, 06:14 PM   #13160
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Don't like the sound of the 3rd 1

Think i cleaned the hard grease off but can't be sure i got all of it and didn't put new grease in

Gonna try to have some fun tomoz, lets see if the local hifi shops will let me put this up against som of thier wares. Lol
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