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This is the original battery case for SONY D35. You can find it by googling "SONY D35".
80 55 r7 uses a huge lead acid battery, doesn't support AA, 77 has a slim lead acid battery built inside of the player. 81 90 92 are the players supporting AA batteries.
Try replace the motor assembly.
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My system said your email address is not supported but I saw you have successfully registered? If there's anything wrong pls try with another email address. Thx!
If I were you, I'll find another working CD10 to confirm whether it's a laser issue by exchanging their lasers. The model of the laser is CDM2-P. You can also get a working CDM-2/10 to test the motherboard.Ordinary the motherboard doesn't have too many issues but spindle motor drive circuit has frequent issues which will cause audio issue but it will read TOC and time. We can do nothing but guessing before inspecting it.
Are you sure you replaced exactly same voltage and capacity caps with the original caps? None reverse polar by mistake? Did you throughly clean the PCB? Did you check the red laser beam from optical head? If no laser, pls check whether anything wrong with the flexible cable. If you couldn't handle it but want bring it back to life, just let me know. Thx!
Thank you Chadbang! It's really not difficult. If you can spend some time on it, you can do it as well as I did. For any questions regarding vintage portable CD players, pls contact me by
Digital output are available on SONY D555, D303, Kenwood dpc92 and Denon dcp150.
Most likely it's caused by mechanical parts. Disassemble it and check it, a well lubrication on gears will help. Otherwise send it to me, it'll come back to life again for sure.
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