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    Question about scd-777es repair Dashboard
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    Last Reply: December 24, 2003, 1:10 pm

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    octong

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    From: va

      Posted: 2003-12-21 22:34



    Had to send my unit in to Sony for a warranty repair of a common problem on the unit ... sled motor going bad .. even though the manufacture date on mine was after the period it was supposed to be a problem ... go figure.


    Anyway, on the repair invoice it also has listed that they replaced the optical khs aaa2-09 ... from a little bit of searching looks like they just went ahead and replaced the laser unit which is also sometimes suspect on these units. Does this sound right? --Rob--

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      Posted: 2003-12-23 13:13

    It could be that experience has taught them that its not a bad idea to replace the laser as long as they have the transport apart.

    -Maxx

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    rkkwan

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      Posted: 2003-12-23 16:34

    I just sent in my C222ES for another optical unit. 2nd in 3 months. I think those are so unreliable that they just replace them anytime a player comes in...

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    B&W 601/2s3, Yamaha RX-V1300, HSU Research VTF-2
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    Maxxwire
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      Posted: 2003-12-24 13:10

    From what I understand the main reason for a CD player or transport to become obsolete is when the laser it uses is no longer available for replacement.

    -Maxx

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