Maintenance - Sanyo MCD-Z160F Instruction Manual

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B)
Recording
from a compact
disc
Synchronous
recording
(CD-TO-TAPE
SYNCHRO
DUBBING)
This recording system starts disc play and cassette recording at the same time.
Recording
from Track No. 1
1.
Set [FUNCTION]
to CD.
2.
Load a disc into the CD player.
3.
Press [REC]. Recording will start at the beginning of track number 1.
4.
Press [STOP/EJECT]
to stop recording at any time.
When the disc play finishes, the disc will automatically
stop, but [REC] does not pop up and the
tape running not stop, press [STOP/EJECT],
otherwise the tape is erased.
Recording
programmed
track
1.
Program the unit as described in the" PROGRAMMED
PLAY section
2.
Press [REC]. Recording will starl from the programmed
track.
Recording
from playing
track
When you want to record music as you listen, press [REC]. Recording starts automatically
from the
beginning of the track.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
the unit
Do not use volatile chemicals on this unit (insecticides,
etc.). Clean by lightly wiping with a soft cloth.
Cleaning
the tape heads
When dust or reddish-brown
oxide builds up on the tape deck heads, pinch roller and capstan, the follow-
ing problems may result:
Poor sound quality during playback
Distored, poor quality recordings
Erratic tape speed during recording or playback
To ensure playback and recording with good-quality
sound, use a cleaning tape (available from your local
audio dealer) to clean the head block of the deck after about every 10 hours of use.
Cleaning
the CD player lens (Fig. 7)
If dust is on the lens, blow the dust away by using a blower. (Please consult your dealer.)
The lens should never be touched, However, if a finger-print
does get the lens, wipe it gently by using a
cotton swab moistened with isopropyl alcohol. (Please consult your dealer.)
CAUTION:
Do not apply excessive pressure; you might damage the lens.
Apply alcohol sparingly. Only a small amount is needed. Use of too much alcohol may cause some to
enter the unit, which may cause damage.
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