Troubleshooting and Repairing Compact Disc Players

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TAB Books, 1989 - Compact disc players - 337 pages
Troubleshoot and fix even the toughest CD player. Get the expert guidance to quickly diagnose and correct problems with any type of CD player--home, car or portable--in the Third Edition of Troubleshooting and Repairing Compact Disc Players. Electronics wizard Homer L. Davidson Reveals field-tested troubleshooting techniques and time-saving service tips for the latest makes and models from such leading manufacturers as RCA, Sony, Panasonic, JVC and Sharp. He gives you detailed descriptions of every CD player component and circuit and explains how they work, why they fail and how to fix them fast. More than 450 how-it-works photos and schematics plus how-to-fix-it illustrations and flowsheets make it easy to: remove and replace defective laser heads; repair servo systems; troubleshoot and test CD boom boxes; service circuits using an oscilloscope; solve low-voltage problems; make critical electronic adjustments; locate and replace defective slide, load and disc motors; build an infrared tester; much more.

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The Compact Disc
The Laser Pickup Assembly
The Signal Circuits

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