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Sony cfd 460 cd player doesnt work, All buttons seem to be depressed.

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by PJPM, Aug 13, 2013.

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  1. PJPM

    PJPM Guest

    Radio works OK. Tape decks on bottom work ok. All buttons on CD player
    appear to be depressed.

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  2. All buttons on CD player appear to be depressed.

    Well, there's your problem. Have you tried a selective serotonin reuptake
  3. Adrian C

    Adrian C Guest

    I suggest it's a language thing, russian?

    depressed -> broken -> not working.
  4. Adrian C

    Adrian C Guest

    Ok :)

    But don't we on usenet regulary hold hands in virtual séance to attempt
    to communicate with dead electronic spirits in the hope they may give up
    the secrets why the operating power departed?

    Got to meditate here cross legged and smoke a pipe.... Mmmmmmmmm.

    Probably a missing voltage somewhere. Find a service manual and a DMM,
    or a gifted tech guru.
  5. "Adrian C" wrote in message
    It seems to me that if all the keys on CD transport played are pushed down,
    the OP should start by trying to release them. Duh...?
  6. "Arfa Daily" wrote in message

    I guess I'm getting CD transports confused with cassette transports.

    Nevertheless... What did the OP mean?
  7. Guest

    I would guess that the plastic "switch cap assembly" has been disconnected from the cabinet face. This is not an uncommon occurrance. Open up the case and re-attach the assembly. If it is not aligned with the tac switches,there will be no way to activate the CD.

    This sounds like a problem that a little bit of plastic cement can fix.

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