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Old 26th March 2007, 06:51 PM   #1
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Default ReVox B226, B226-S CD repair tip - (weak laser symptoms)

ReVox B226, ReVox B226-S CD player repair tip:
A fault that APPEARS LIKE A FAILING LASER is due to partial failure of IC5 on the servo board (IC5 = L272M op-amp), causes the player to be slow in track searching, have a noisy focus motor, and not read the TOC of certain discs, or lose focus towards the end of discs.
It's a $2 chip, worth replacing before buying a new laser assembly.
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L2720/2/4 is better.

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