Creek Audio CD43 mk 2 Operating instructions

Creek CD43
mk 2
Compact
Disc Player
Operating
Instructions
CD43 mk2 Compact Disc Player
C O N G R ATULATIONS ON YOUR
PURCHASE
Y
our new CD43 mk2 Compact Disc Player is designed to provide maximum enjoyment and years of trouble
free service. If this is your first CD player, you will find the compact disc system a major step forward in the
science of audio technology. By employing the most sophisticated digital and optical technologies, the
compact disc not only offers the ultimate in sound reproduction, it also provides operating features which have
never been seen before in audio equipment designed for home, such as fast access to any track on the disc, very
simple programming and armchair control.
Please read this manual thoroughly. It will explain the features and operation of your CD Player and help to
ensure a trouble free installation. Please unpack your CD Player carefully. We recommend that you save the
carton and packing material, as they will be helpful should you ever need to move your unit or return it for service.
Your CD Player is designed to work in a horizontal position and it is important to allow at least two inches of
space behind the unit for adequate ventilation and for the cables. To avoid damage, never place the unit near
SAFETY INFORMATION
This CD player is designed to operate on 220-240
Volts 50Hz AC or 110-120 Volts 60 Hz AC.
Normally the equipment is supplied with a mains
lead with a fitted 3 pin plug suitable for the country
it is to be used in. If the plug needs to be
changed, please follow the instructions below.
P L U G FITTING INSTRUCTIONS
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
Blue
Neutral
Brown
Live
Green / Yellow
Earth
In the UK the wires must be connected to the
terminals in the plug as follows:
Blue
N or Black
Brown
L or Red
Green / Yellow
E or Earth
E
Brown to
Live
Blue to
Neutral
L
N
Plug
TO ACHIEVE MAXIMUM
PERFORMANCE FROM YOUR CD
PLAYER:
1. Install the equipment in a location which is
relatively free of moisture and dust, and
which is well ventilated.
2. Avoid installing the equipment in a location
exposed to direct sunlight or extreme heat
(such as above a heater or radiator).
3. The equipment may not be able to perform at
its best in an extremely cold or hot
environment. Do not attempt to use below
41oF/5oC or above 95oF/35oC.
4. Always handle discs with clean hands.
Avoid using scratched discs..
5. Keep this manual in a safe place for future
reference.
6. Do not attempt to clean the CD player or CD
discs with chemical solvents, as this may
cause irreparable damage. Use a clean, dry
cloth, or specially designed cleaning
materials for discs.
1. If a 13-amp plug is used, in the UK it must be
fitted with a 3 Amp fuse.
7. If the CD player malfunctions, do not open
the unit and attempt to repair it yourself.
This is a highly technical product and
requires specialist service - return it to your
dealer.
2. If a 3-pin plug with earthing contact is used,
the Green/Yellow wire must be connected to
the E terminal.
8. Use batteries (2 x AAA) of the same type in
the remote control handset. The use of odd
or different type cells will affect its
3. As with all electrical equipment, it is
recommended that the mains plug is
removed from the wall socket when not in
use.
UK ONLY: FOR ADDED SAFETY, WHEN CONNECTING
THE AC MAINS LEAD TO A 3 PIN PLUG USE A 3A FUSE
APPROVED BY ASTA TO BS1362 - WITH ASA MARK
NOTE
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SAFETY W ARNINGS
CAUTION!
Invisible laser radiation
when top cover is
removed.
CAUTION
PERFORMING
ADJUSTMENTS OR
PROCEDURES OTHER
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED
HERE MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS EXPOSURE.
THE CD PLAYER SHOULD
NOT BE REPAIRED BY
ANYONE EXCEPT
QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
Class 1 Laser Product
SPECIFICATION
Power requirements
Power Fuse rating
or:
AC 220-240 V 50 Hz
T 250 mA
AC 110-120 V 60 Hz
T 500 mA
Power consumption
16 Watts max
Frequency response
1 Hz - 20 kHz ± 0.5 dB
Output level
2.2 V RMS at 1kHz, 0 dB
Ω
Output impedance
600 Ω , min load 10 kΩ
Laser type
Semiconductor ALGaAs
Wavelength
790 nm ± 25 nm
Light output (cw)
0.18 mW typical
Signal to noise ratio
better than 96 dB
Dynamic range
better than 100 dB
Number of channels
2
Total harmonic distortion < 0.01% at 1 kHz, 0 dB
Dimensions
420 x 60 x 200 mm
OTHER FEATURES
1. Infra-red remote control.
2. High precision 24 bit, ∆Σ digital to
analogue conversion.
3. 128 Fs filter.
4. 3-beam optical laser pick up.
5. 16 program memory.
6. LCD display - back lit green.
7. Shuffle function (random selection).
8. Repeat facility.
9. Intro scan facility.
Note: The specification and design
are subject to change for
improvements without notice.
NOTE
The equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in residential installations. This equipment generates and can radiate radio frequency energy
and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions may cause interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in some instances. If this
product causes interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, try to correct this by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the radio or TV receiver.
Connect the equipment into a mains outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician.
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CONNECTING THE COMPACT DISC
CAUTION
1. LINE OUT SOCKETS
Connect one end of the interconnect cable
to the unit's AUDIO OUTPUT sockets and
the other end to the sockets labelled CD or
A U X, or to other line inputs on the
amplifier. Do not connect it to the
amplifier's PHONO input if a phono circuit
is installed.
u Before connecting or disconnecting a unit
from your audio system, make sure that
you switch off the power to each
component.
u Ensure that you make the correct
connections, paying attention to the L (left
channel) and R (right channel) marks. Plug
in the cable securely. Loose connections
will result in unsatisfactory sound
reproduction or noise problems.
2. DIGITAL OUTPUT
This output enables you to connect the CD
player to a stand-alone D to A converter in
order to change the signal into a stereo
analogue one. The digital output of the
CD43 mk2 can be accessed via the coaxial SPDIF socket on the rear panel.
u If this unit interferes with the tuner, switch it
off during tuner operation.
3. AC POWER SOCKET, IEC TYPE
220V-240 V AC or 110V-120 V AC
4. AC POWER CORD
After completing the installation and all
connections, make sure that the P O W E R
switch on the front panel of the unit is set to
OFF. Then plug the power cord into a live
AC outlet.
Power
on/off
switch I / 0
Audio
Output
Digital
Output
Co-Ax
C D Player
A C Mains
Input
A C Mains
Fuse
Integrated stereo amplifier
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OTHER ACTS, WHICH INFRINGE UPON THE RIGHTS OF COPYRIGHT OWNERS.
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EXPLANATION OF CONTROLS
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7
6
8
9 10
3
4
5
11
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1
MAIN UNIT
1.
2.
STANDBY button
Disc Tray
3.
OPEN/CLOSE button
4.
STO P button
5.
PA U S E button
6.
P LAY button
L
K
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
J
H
SKIP BACK button
SKIP F O RW A R D button
S C A N B A C K button
S C A N F O RW A R D button
R E P E AT button
R A N D O M button
G
M
N
A
B
C
D
E
F
DISPLAY WINDOW
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
REMAINing time indicator
TRACK NUMBER display
PLAYING TIME display
INTRO / SCAN indicator
M E M O RY indicator
CALENDAR track display
P ROGRAM indicator
H.
J.
K.
L.
M.
N.
R A N D O M / SHUFFLE PLAY indicator
R E P E AT A ↔ B indicator
R E P E AT ALL indicator
R E P E AT 1 indicator
PLAY indicator
PAUSE indicator
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EXPLANATION OF CONTROLS
A
I
B
J
C
K
L
D
E
M
F
N
G
H
P
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
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A.
STA N D B Y
B.
OPEN/CLOSE
STBY
DISC
C.
INTRO
D.
FA S T
E.
R E P E AT A ↔ B
F.
SHUFFLE / RANDOM PLAY
G.
R E P E AT
SCAN
FAST
REP
A/B
H.
PA U S E
I.
NUMERICAL track selection
J.
REMAINING TIME
K.
PROGRAM
L.
SEARCH
PAUSE
TIME
PROG
M. SKIP TRACK
SHUF
0-9
N.
PLAY
PLAY
P.
STOP
STOP
back &
back &
forward
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C O M PACT DISCS
HANDLING THE DISCS
This unit has been designed to play Compact
Discs bearing the identification logo shown
below. DVD discs cannot be played.
u Always place the CD in the disc tray with
the label facing up. CD’s can only be
played on one side.
u To remove a CD from its storage case,
press down on the centre of the case and
lift the disc out, holding it carefully by the
edges.
LOADING DISCS
1. Switch the power on at the back of the unit.
Press the S TA N D B Y button on the front
panel or STBY on the remote handset.
2. Press the O P E N / C L O S E button on the
front or DISC on the handset. The disc tray
will open. If the disc tray gets jammed while
opening, it will stop and close
automatically.
3. When the disc tray has opened fully, take a
normal size (12 cm) disc from its case and
place it carefully in the tray with the label
facing up. To play an 8 cm single place it in
the inner groove of the tray with the label
facing up.
CD
CD disc
Label surface
Play
Open/ Stop Pause
Close
u Fingerprints and dust should be carefully
wiped off the CD's signal surface (glossy
side) with a soft dry cloth. Unlike a
conventional record, the CD has no
grooves to collect dust and microscopic
debris, so gently wiping it with a soft dry
cloth should remove most particles.
u Wipe the disc in a straight motion from the
inside out. Small dust particles and stains
will have absolutely no effect on
reproduction quality.
u Never use chemicals such as record
sprays, antistatic sprays or fluids, benzine
or thinners to clean a compact disc. Such
chemicals would irreparably damage the
surface.
u Store the discs in their cases when not in
use to avoid serious scratches which could
cause the laser pickup to skip.
u Do not expose the discs to direct sunlight,
high humidity, or high temperatures for
extended periods. Long exposure to high
temperatures can warp the discs.
u Do not stick paper or write anything with a
ballpoint pen on the disc surface.
Disc tray
NOTE: Only load one disc at a time. The
side opposite the label is the signal side.
Handle the disc carefully to avoid leaving
fingerprints on its surface.
4. To close the disc tray, press the
OPEN/CLOSE button (DISC button) again
or gently push the tray in.
When the tray is fully closed, with a
correctly loaded disc, the disc will start
turning automatically and the TOC (table of
contents) will be read. The disc will then
stop and the TOC will be displayed, i.e.
the total number of tracks on the disc and
the total playing time of the disc. The
calendar track indicator will also light up
and the CD player will be ready to play.
NOTE: If after you load the disc you press
the PLAY button to close the tray, the disc
will automatically start playing from the
beginning of track one.
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REMOVING THE DISC
The disc tray can be opened at any time by
pressing the O P E N / C L O S E button.
Remove the disc only after the tray has
fully opened.
CAUTION
u Do not put anything except a Compact Disc
into the tray. Foreign objects can damage
the mechanism. DVD’s will not play.
u Do not force the tray by hand during the
opening and closing operations.
u To avoid dirt and dust entering the
mechanism, keep the disc tray closed
when the CD player is not in use.
u Never load two discs into the disc tray.
C O N T R O L A N D O P E R ATION
This section describes the CD player's controls in the order in which you would normally use them.
Follow the instructions step-by-step and you will easily master the operation of the unit.
POWER
The CD43 mk2 is equipped with a mains
On/Off switch on the rear panel next to the
power cord. The marking on the panel
clearly shows that 1 is on and 0 is off.
Switching on the power from the rear panel
automatically places the CD43 mk2 in
Standby mode. To wake it up, press the
S TANDBY button on the front panel or
STBY on the remote handset. The LED
indicator will alternate from yellow colour in
Standby mode to green when ready to
play. The display will also illuminate when
ready to play. If the drawer is open, it will
close automatically when Standby is
pressed.
To wake up the CD43 mk2, press any
button. However, the disc drawer can be
opened immediately from Standby.
N O R M A L DISC PLAY
again to close the disc tray.
N.B. If you get a message dISC on the
display when the disc tray is fully closed,
this means that the disc is improperly
loaded (most likely upside down). To
check, open the disc tray again and reload
the disc correctly.
If the disc tray gets jammed while closing,
the tray will stop and open automatically. If
this happens check the disc tray and reload
the disc correctly.
5. When the disc is loaded correctly the the
player will spin the disc to read the TOC
(table of contents). This will tell the player
how many tracks are recorded on the disc
and how long they are. Depending on the
number of tracks and the method of
recording the information, the TOC read
can vary from 3 - 10 seconds or more. Until
this has been achieved, no other function
will work. When the TOC is correctly read
the player will display the information.
Before playing a disc, check the player's
power cable and output cable connections.
1. Switch on the CD43 mk2 at the rear panel,
a yellow LED will light above the power
button.
2. Press the STANDBY switch on. The LED
will turn green.
3. Press the OPEN/CLOSE or DISC button to
open the disc tray and load the disc.
4. Press the OPEN/CLOSE or DISC button
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For example:
There are 8 tracks on the disc. The total
playing time is 48 minutes and 54 seconds.
The player is set to play when required.
6. Press the PLAY button. The PLAY symbol
will appear on the display. The disc will start
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playing from the beginning of the first track.
You may also go straight to a specific track
by using one of the SKIP buttons
or
. In this case the disc will start playing
the selected track when the PLAY button is
pressed. The numeric keys on the remote
handset allow direct access to the desired
track.
7. At the end of the last track the CD will
return to a waiting mode.
‹ INSERTING A DISC
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on the
front panel or DISC on the handset, the
disc tray will open and the O P E N sign will
be displayed.
NOTES:
u If the CD is deeply scratched or too dirty,
disc play may not start. If an improperly
centered disc is played, noise will be heard
in the mechanism. Avoid using such discs.
u Some discs of poor manufacture may not be
readable or may skip, check another disc
should this occur.
Insert the disc and press the
OPEN/CLOSE or DISC button again to
close the tray.
u Some discs will take a long time to read the
TOC if they have a lot of tracks, i.e. more
than 20.
The disc will start spinning and the total
number of tracks will be read. The disc will
then stop and the display will show the
TOC (table of contents), being the total
number of tracks and the total playing
time.
O P E R ATION
‹ STA N D B Y
When switching on from Standby, if there is
no disc in the CD43 mk2, the display will
show no dISC.
‹ TO
PLAY A DISC
Press the PLAY button. The disc will start
playing.
If there is a disc in the CD43 mk2, the
track display will show dISC until the TOC
(table of contents) has been read.
The track number 1 will be displayed,
together with the P L AY
symbol and
the elapsed time of the track being played.
The calendar will show the total number of
tracks on the disc and the symbol for track
1 will start flashing.
When the TOC has been read, the CD43
will display the information, i.e. the total
number of tracks and total playing time.
‹ TO ‘STOP
DISC PLAY
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Press the STOP button. The disc will stop
playing, the PLAY
symbol will disappear
and the track indicator will show the total
number of tracks. The time indicator will
display the total playing time.
When the TIME button is pressed for the
third time, the time indicator will return to
the elapsed time of the track being played.
‹ TO PAUSE THE DISC PLAY
Press the PAUSE button. The disc will stop
playing at the current play position and the
PAUSE
symbol will be displayed. The
track number on the calendar display will
continue flashing.
TO LISTEN TO A DESIRED
TRACK
Press the SKIP FORW A R D or SKIP BACK
button to select a desired track. The track
number of the selected track will be shown on
the track display.
‹
SKIP FORW ARD
TRACK
TO THE NEXT
To skip ahead to the beginning of track 5,
for example, while track 4 is playing, follow
the steps below:
Press the PAUSE button again or press
PLAY to resume disc play. The PA U S E
symbol will disappear.
CHECK THE DISK AND T R A C K
REMAINING TIME
Track 4
Press the
or the
once.
Track 5
button on the front panel,
button on the remote handset
(Remote control only)
During normal disc play, when the TIME
button on the Remote control is pressed,
the REMAIN symbol will light up and the
remaining playing time of the track will be
displayed.
Pressing the TIME button twice will show
the remaining playing time of the disc;
the REMAIN symbol will still be displayed.
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The player will skip to the beginning of the
next track.
Disc play starts with track 5.
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The CD player will skip ahead to the next
track each time the
or
button is
pressed.
Continuously pressing the
or
button makes the CD player skip ahead
through the disc, track by track, until you
reach the desired place. The CD player
can be advanced to the last track in this
way. When the last track is reached, the
CD player will return back to track 1.
‹ ‘SKIP BACK
TRACK
Disc play will start from track 3.
TO THE PREVIOUS
To skip to the beginning of track 3, for
example, while track 4 is playing, follow the
steps below:
Track 3
Track 4
Press the
button on the front panel, or
the
button on the remote handset
twice.
The player will skip to the beginning of
the current track.
Press the
or
button again.
The player will skip to the beginning of
the previous track.
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‹ TO SEARCH QUICKLY FOR A
starts at the end of the current track.
PARTICULAR POINT O F A
TRACK
PROGRAMMED DISC PLAY
During P L AY mode press and hold the
or
buttons for fast-forward and
fast-back operation.
This feature allows you to play tracks in your
preferred sequence.
During P L AY mode:
When
or
button is pressed,
the sound will be muted to about 1/4 of
the normal volume level for the
duration of the fast-forward or fastback operation.
(Remote control only)
It is not possible to program the CD player
while the disc is playing. Press the S TO P
button first, then enter a program.
‹ ENTERING A PROGRAM
To program a desired sequence of tracks:
Pressing
or
buttons will
release the pause mode and the
search will continue normally with a
muted sound.
1. Select the first track using the
or
numeric buttons. Press the PROG button
on the remote handset. The M E M O RY
indicator will illuminate and the track
number will be displayed on the calendar.
The first selected track is now stored in the
memory.
During the
or
operation, for the
first few seconds the player will search
slowly through the disc and then switch to
searching fast.
2. Select the next track number using the
or numeric buttons. Press the P R O G
button again - the second choice is now
stored in the memory.
During PAUSE mode:
‹ FAST SEARCH
(Remote control only)
Using the remote control only, the fast
search can be enabled by pressing the
FAST button before pressing the search
or
buttons.
‹ RANDOM / SHUFFLE PLAY
Use this feature to play tracks on a disc in
a random order.
3. Repeat the steps above until all the desired
tracks are stored in the memory.
The complete programmed sequence is
displayed on the calendar.
EXAMPLE
To play track 5, track 2 and track 8 in
sequence:
Enter the first choice by selecting track
5 using the
or numeric button.
Press the PROG button to store the
first choice. Track 5 is now stored.
1. Press the RANDOM button on the front
panel or the SHUF button on the
remote handset.
2. Press the PLAY button. A track will be
randomly selected and the disc will
start playing.
The time display will toggle between
P: 1 and the playing time of the
selection.
Enter the second choice - track 2 using
the
or numeric button. Press the
P R O G button to store the second
choice. Track 2 is also stored.
NOTE: When the R A N D O M / S H U F
button is pressed during play, the whole
calendar is displayed and random play
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playing.
2. Press twice the OPEN/CLOSE button on
the front or DISC button on the handset.
This will clear the memory and the player
will be ready to play again.
Enter the third choice - track 8 in the
same way. Press the PROG button to
store the third choice.
NOTE: The memory will be cleared if the
power is switched off on the rear panel.
Press the P L AY button. The first
programmed track will start playing.
‹ LISTENING TO A PROGRAMMED
SEQUENCE
1. Press the P L AY button. The P L AY
symbol will be displayed.
2. The disc will start playing the first
programmed track.
NOTE: When playing a programmed
sequence, after each track the number of
tracks displayed on the track calendar will
automatically decrease.
3. After the programmed sequence has
finished playing, the track display and the
time display will show the number of tracks
played and the total playing time.
‹ CHANGING THE PROGRAM
1. Press the S TOP button if the disc is
playing.
2. Press the P R O G button. All track numbers
stored in the memory will be displayed on
the track calendar.
You can modify the program by entering
new track numbers.
‹ CLEARING THE MEMORY
1. Press the S TOP button if the disc is
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mode while the disc is playing. At the end
of the last track the disc will automatically
return to the beginning of the first track and
will continue playing until R E P E AT ALL is
cancelled.
R E P E AT DISC PLAY
Use the R E P E AT button to repeat the disc
play of a track, all tracks on the disc, or a
programmed sequence of tracks.
‹
REPEAT
ONE TRACK
Make sure that the P R O G R A M function
has not been selected.
1. Press the R E P E AT button once and the
R E P E AT 1 message will appear.
2. Select the desired track using the
or
or numeric buttons. The track
number will appear on the track display.
3. Press the P L AY button. The P L AY
symbol will be displayed and the selected
track will start playing.
NOTE: You can also select R E P E AT mode
while the desired track is playing.
5. If the R E P E AT button is pressed again, the
R E P E AT ALL message will disappear and
normal play will resume.
‹
REPEAT A PROGRAMMED
SEQUENCE OF TRACKS
1. Enter a program.
2. Press the R E P E AT button twice and the
R E P E AT ALL message will appear.
3. Press the P L AY button, the P L AY
symbol will be displayed and the
programmed sequence will start playing.
4. All programmed tracks will continue playing
in order until the STO P button is pressed.
5. If the R E P E AT button is pressed once
more, the R E P E AT ALL message will
disappear and normal play will resume.
4. At the end of the track the CD player will
automatically return back to the beginning.
The track will continue to repeat until the
STO P button is pressed.
5. To cancel R E P E AT 1 press the R E P E AT
button twice, to toggle pass R E P E AT ALL
and back to normal PLAY
mode.
6. At the end of the last track, the CD player
will stop and the P L AY
indicator will
disappear.
‹ ‘A ↔ B
DISC PLAY
(Remote control only)
Use to repeatedly play a portion of the disc,
from point A to point B.
1. Press the PLAY button.
‹ ‘R E P E AT ALL
DISC
TRACKS ON THE
1. Press the R E P E AT button twice and the
R E P E AT ALL message will appear.
Go to the starting point of your selection
using
and
keys and
A
/
B
press the
button.
2. Press the P L AY button and the disc will
start playing.
The R E P E AT A ↔ B message will
appear, with the letter B flashing, and
point A will be stored in the memory.
3. At the end the last track the CD player will
automatically return to the beginning of the
first track. The repeat play will continue
until the STO P button is pressed.
2. Press the A / B button again at the end
point of your choice.
NOTE: You can also select R E P E AT ALL
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The letter B will stop flashing and point B
will be stored in the memory. The segment
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
If you have followed the instructions, and are having difficulty operating your compact disc player,
please use the simple guide below to help you solve the problem. Here we have listed the most
common hiccups experienced by the users, which we hope will be of some help.
Locate the SYMPTOM in table below and then check the corresponding POSSIBLE CAUSE and
CORRECTIVE ACTION to remedy the problem.
S Y M P TO M
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
No power when the
power switch is ON.
Poor power plug connection at the
AC outlet.
Fuse in the mains plug has blown.
CD player is in standby mode.
Insert the power plug firmly into the AC
outlet.
Replace the fuse in the mains plug.
Press Standby button.
Disc play does not
start.
The disc is loaded upside down.
The disc is too dirty.
A DVD is being used.
Reload the disc with the label side up.
Clean the disc.
Replace the DVD with a CD disc.
No sound.
Improper output cable connections.
Improper amplifier operation.
Connect the output cable properly.
Make sure that the amplifier controls are
set properly.
Sound skips.
Damaged, faulty or dirty disc.
The CD player is subject to
vibrations or physical shock.
Clean or replace with a new disc.
Change the location of the player.
Programmed
sequence will not play.
The CD player is in the normal
disc play mode.
Press the STOP button and then program
the tracks.
Humming noise.
Loose cable connections.
Make sure that all audio plugs are
connected firmly.
Remote handset will
not function.
Batteries low.
Replace the batteries.
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2 Bellevue Road, Friern Barnet,
London N11 3ER, England
Tel: + 44 + (0)20 - 8361 4133
Fax: + 44 + (0)20 - 8361 4136
E-mail: info@creekaudio.co.uk
Internet: www.creekaudio.co.uk
Creek Audio Limited reserves the rights
to modify or change the specification of
its products without notice.