This is a practical how to video featuring the Sony CFD 110 CD Radio Cassette Corder, a popular “boombox” style audio device. The machine is made mostly of plastic, so it must be treated gently, and like all plastic products, is subject to some changes over time that can stop it from working properly. In this how to video, Clydesight shows you how to get into the Sony CFD 110 CD Radio Cassette Corder to repair the cassette drives. The tape recorder mechanism is gear driven and uses four belts that must be at the proper tension to work. Amazingly, both cassette tape recorder drives are managed by one motor. This video also discusses some aspects of the Sony CFD 110 CD Radio Cassette Corder CD drive and how the logic board managed to give itself a lobotomy! There is a follow up video on how to use the Sony CFD 110 CD Radio Cassette Corder. A jump link is provided at the end of this video. Enjoy! Clydesight Website: www.clydesight.com Forestdale CD Website www.clydesight.com Also on Amazon.com: www.amazon.com Symphonia Felina CD or Cassette Website: www.clydesight.com *********Copyright Disclaimer: This is an educational video, a critique, and report on audio electronic equipment. It is covered by the Fair Use Section of US Copyright Law: “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright …
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How to remove the stock BMW stereo from an e30, e32, e34, e36 (3 series, 5 series, 7 series). There is actually a special tool that is similar to a torx or phillips bit that has 5 sides. You can use a phillips bit, but be very careful not to let it slip. Models: 316, 318, 320, 325, 328, 525, 530, 535, 540, 730, 735, 740, 750
Answering a emailed question I thought it would be easier to make a video answer, and here it is. Hopefully I answered the basic’s here in this video as i did not explore flashlights and their batteries and gel-cell and or AGM = Asorbed Glass Mat lead acid batteries of which can be found in a very few newer boombox emergency radio configurations ( one of which I have with the ‘Jeep” logo on it ) I hope that his is enlightening or helpfull or puts another idea or something to assist you to get this to work of Your’s
Read, Here i was trying to explain that the outside looks of this did not correlate to what I thought were tweeter’s ‘ the rectangular black opening’s above either outboard woofers’ and so when i opened this up and discovered that the tweeter looking things above the outer most woofers were NOT tweeters but simply Microphone’s in those Location’s – i didnt like this one anymore – Even though it is neat looking for it being unique and different and also the fact that when I bought this ‘ FULL Well Knowing that it Didn’t Work! I still had to know about just what was so different about this one – Since then i have Sold this to an aficionado Of Sanyo’s and Hopefully He can Fix this back to Working Condition. Sanyo M 7830K Boombox Four Woofers No Tweeters inside SOLD SOLD 07 March 2011 SOLD
Time to repair something else, just to keep it out of the landfill. This time it’s my mother’s Sony CFD-922 boombox. The eject button broke because it is flimsy. I glued and reinforced it to keep this from happening again.