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NO.7 CD PLAYER DOES NOT PLAY THE MP3-FORMATTED FILE [AUDIO]



7

CD player does not play the MP3-formatted file

Possible DTC10:Er07, 22:Er07

    Troubleshooting hints
  • CD-R/RW write format is out of specification

  • MP3 or other format data are recorded the CD-R/RW

  • File extension for MP3-formatted file is incorrect (Correct. “.mp3”, incorrect: e.g., RIFF)

  • Defective CD-R/RW (e.g. dirty CD, scratch)

  • MP3 applicable CD player is malfunctioning

NOTE:

  • Free-software for MP3-formatting available on the market may cause deterioration of sound quality, or cause noise and defective play, which could result in the CD player not playing the customer-made MP3-formatted files.

  • The CD player may not play the CD-R/RW properly due to the disc condition.

  • If there are MP3-formatted files and other files on the same disc, the CD player may not play the disc.

  • If there are MP3-formatted files and audio data on the same disc, the CD player loads and plays the first session of the data only.


Diagnostic procedure

STEP

INSPECTION

ACTION

1

  • Inspect the written format of the recorded data on the CD-R/RW.

  • Is the write format correct?

Yes

Go to the next step.

No

Write the CD-R/RW to the correct specification.

2

  • Inspect the recorded data on the CD-R/RW.

  • Are there MP3 or other format data on the CD-R/RW.

Yes

Replace with an operational CD-R/RW (MP3-formatted file data only), then inspect the CD player operation.

    If the CD player plays the MP3-formatted file:
  • Audio system is normal. Explain to the customer that the CD player does not operate properly if MP3 or other format data are recorded the CD-R/RW.

No

Go to the next step.

3

  • Inspect the CD-R/RW write format.

  • Is the write format within the specification (“.mp3” is the correct file extension)?

Yes

Replace with a CD-R/RW disc using the “.mp3” file extension, then inspect the CD player operation.

    If the CD player plays the MP3-formatted file:
  • Audio system is normal. Explain to the customer that the CD player does not operate properly if the correct file extension is not used.

No

Go to the next step.

4

  • Visually inspect the CD-R/RW.

  • Is there any dirt or scratches on the CD-R/RW?

Yes

Clean the disc or replace it with an operational CD-R/RW.

No

Replace the audio unit.

(See CENTER PANEL UNIT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

(See CENTER PANEL UNIT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.)

(See AUDIO UNIT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.)




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