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post #91 of 150
My skipping player is model D-33, Serial number 1232185, manufactured March 1992

Thanks in advance
post #92 of 150

emailed you kaosun

post #93 of 150
Thread Starter 

OK, any time need my help, just let me know.

post #94 of 150
Thread Starter 

The main motor should be replaced, lubrication and circuit readjustment will be needed.

post #95 of 150
Thread Starter 

OK, any question? It seems I havenot received your E-mail yet.

post #96 of 150

Hello Kaosun,

I have a problem with my D-350.

The left voice on the line out is very low, the right seems ok and all the rest works fine.

Thank you for your help.

post #97 of 150
Thread Starter 

It needs circuit inspection and repair. D35 seldom has this problem.

The common problem with D35 is horizontal skipping and the main motor should be replaced.

If you need further service, contact me by yixingu76201@gmail.com

post #98 of 150
I recently have a Sony D-50 Discman. It is a very nice vintage guy but does not work. It have a very durable design (metalic case and cover). I am trying to restore it and looking for its Service Manual and Schematic Diagram.

Thanks for your help and if you could share the Service Manual and Schematic Diagram.
post #99 of 150

Hi Kaosun, I have a Vintage (1988) Kenwood DPC-77 Portable Compact Disc Player. The player starts when I plug it in, and then it blinks "0" and flashes "batt." It also gives off a slight burning electrical smell. I'm the original owner. Any idea if it can be repaired or what it's worth as-is and/or repaired? Because otherwise it's in nice shape.

 

Here's a link to pictures: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/possessionsandparaphernalia

 

Thanks!

post #100 of 150
Thread Starter 

I cannt see your pics in your link but I know the DPC77.

It's necessary to replace all capacitors inside of the player, then inspect its circuit and laser.

You can try if you can.

If you need help from me, you can contact me.

Basically it can be repaired. 

post #101 of 150
Thread Starter 

The teeth of the gears on the laser should broken; it happens commonly on every D50.

Dampers broken.  

I have all documents you need but its circuit is durable, so basically service manual doesnt work.

Contact me if need any help.

post #102 of 150
Thread Starter 

Sure, it can be repaired.

What can I  do for you?

post #103 of 150

Hi.  I have a Sony Discman D-9 manufacture date Sept 1989 that is having issues with the headphone output.  The right channel of the headphone output is quiet/almost silent.  The line out is fine for both channels.  I am assuming it is most likely due to the output capacitors for the headphone output.  Can you help me locate output caps for the headphone output channels (both Left and Right)?

 

Thanks! 
 

post #104 of 150

Hello Koasun...

I got Sony D303 and D555.  The D303 has skipping problem and the D555 it turns on but it doesn't play (obtical lens issue?).

 

I wonder you can fix it?

Are you in US or outside of US?

 

Thanks.

post #105 of 150

hello i like to ask you how to adjust the laser unit from my denon dcp-150

can i do this by turning vr501 .

laser is working see red dot olso it goes up and dow but the cd don,t wan,t to turn

thanks for help sorry for my englisch

Bart.
 

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