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bramdo 29th January 2007 11:30 AM

Almost repaired...but not yet...help a poor father
 
Dear all,

thanks to different posts I managed to replace the Philips CDM12.4 transport in my Thule CD150B cd player beacuse it was refusing compact discs all the time.

Now i found out that after one day in standby the player refuses cd's again. When I turn it off for a few seconds, using the power off switch, the problem is gone.

Do you guys have any idea where to start looking since I don't have the cash for a new cd player.

All tips are appreciated,
Bram

QSerraTico_Tico 29th January 2007 12:57 PM

Re: Almost repaired...but not yet...help a poor father
 
Quote:

Originally posted by bramdo
Dear all,

thanks to different posts I managed to replace the Philips CDM12.4 transport in my Thule CD150B cd player beacuse it was refusing compact discs all the time.

Now i found out that after one day in standby the player refuses cd's again. When I turn it off for a few seconds, using the power off switch, the problem is gone.

Do you guys have any idea where to start looking since I don't have the cash for a new cd player.

All tips are appreciated,
Bram

I heard bad story about Meitner DAC/CDP sounding bad switching off by standby switch....The sequence seems to matter....:rolleyes:
I suggest contacting Thule the manufacturer.

bramdo 29th January 2007 01:11 PM

Hello

thanks for the reply, and i did contacted Thule. However the answer is not that clear to me:

"Hi ,
It is diffcult to say, maybe one voltage regulator going hot in standby mode ?
best regards,
Anders"

I hope i can have it fixed
:bawling:

QSerraTico_Tico 29th January 2007 01:22 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by bramdo
Hello

thanks for the reply, and i did contacted Thule. However the answer is not that clear to me:

"Hi ,
It is diffcult to say, maybe one voltage regulator going hot in standby mode ?
best regards,
Anders"

I hope i can have it fixed
:bawling:


Well check the temperature of the voltage regulators after a long period of standby I would say.

jean-paul 30th January 2007 10:43 PM

I would make that a relative short period ( a few minutes ) of standby if the reg is broken/oscillating.


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