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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 4:53 pm 
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Pushed it in real good. :D

So it was basically installed with two-sided tape and is now residing inside its hole on a angle and is completely useless. I'm very inquisitive with electronics and I consider these types of things a challenge that must be attempted, even if it might be not a very good idea. :oops:

TEAC AI-2000

Here's a stock pick of what I have in store:

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The front panel is protected by a metal housing that needs to be unscrewed...and there some other stuff that..I dunno what needs to be done to get to this thing?

Anyone want to give me an idea if it would be simple to just open that up and re-push the sensor back into the whole, with two sided tape?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 5:48 pm 
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I can't help with the fix, but maybe when you get it apart you could do better than what was there in case it gets pushed again. My amp doesn't have a 12 volt trigger either but it would sure be nice.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 6:27 pm 
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Just looking at the picture,it is kind of hard to say exactly what needs to be done to get to it but you will need to be very CAREFUL with anything you touch inside that Amp. because even with the power disconnected those Capacitors can hold a DEADLY Voltage for a long time even after the Amp. has been shut down., If you are unsure of what you are doing I would recommend taking it to a tech. for the work to be done,looking at that picture it should only cost a Very small amount of $ to have it done for you.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 7:36 pm 
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joseph49 wrote:
Just looking at the picture,it is kind of hard to say exactly what needs to be done to get to it but you will need to be very CAREFUL with anything you touch inside that Amp. because even with the power disconnected those Capacitors can hold a DEADLY Voltage for a long time even after the Amp. has been shut down., If you are unsure of what you are doing I would recommend taking it to a tech. for the work to be done,looking at that picture it should only cost a Very small amount of $ to have it done for you.


Indeed although verry likely an easy fix. If to scared to take face plate of him herselve. Then bring it to nearby electronics service repair station guy M/F. Maybe in this case he/she can wait on site even while beeing repaired.

Anyways good luck!


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