Cleaning the unit
Clean the outside of the unit with a clean soft
cloth, moistened with lukewarm water. Do not
use solvents such as benzene or thinner. These
will permanently damage the unit's finish.
Cleaning the CD player lens
The lens should never be touched.
If dust is on the lens, blow it off using a camera
lens blower. (Please consult your dealer.)
If trouble occurs...
To avoid the hazard of electric shock and
damage to the unit, have the unit bench tested
by an authorized SANYO service station. Do not
remove the unit from its cabinet to attempt
Do not block the ventilation hole.
Do not expose to rain or moisture.
Should this unit exhibit a problem, check the following before seeking
Noise or sound distorted on AM or
FM STEREO indicator does not
AM or FM, no sound
Station not tuned properly for AM
FM: Rod antenna is not
AM: Unit is not positioned
BAND Selector is set at FM
Function Selector is not at RADIO
Volume at minimum
Cleaning the tape heads
When dust or reddish-brown oxide builds up on
the tape deck heads, pinch roller and capstan,
the following problems may result:
Poor sound quality during playback
Distorted, 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
Open the cassette compartment lid by
Moisten a cotton bud with isopropyl alcohol
or special head cleaning fluid. Gently rub
the face of play/record head and erase
head. Also clean the capstan and pinch
Return the AM or FM broadcast
Extend FM rod antenna.
Rotate unit until best reception is
Set BAND Selector to
FM STEREO position.
Set Function selector to RADIO.