An example: the repair of TOSHIBA XR-P21 vintage cd player.
Aug 13, 2016 at 1:25 AM Post #16 of 18

chadbang

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I just found this thread because I'm playing around trying to get a Realist CD-3000 (rebadged Toshiba XR-P9) working (it won't work unless I apply pressure to the case directly above the spindle, somethings not making contact) and I am awed by this thread. That you disassembled and clean those tiny buttons makes you an electronics god in my book. Wow. Never seen such work!!
 
Aug 13, 2016 at 10:29 PM Post #17 of 18

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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 yixingu76201@gmail.com
 
Oct 2, 2019 at 3:28 AM Post #18 of 18

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great description! I just started repairing mine. After changing the main board, the electronics work again. When pushing start the laser spindle motor drives to the inner home position and the CD motor turns on (too slowly?). then it stops after 2-3 s but the display is still on. Any idea what the problem is or which tests I should run?
regards Detlef
 

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