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Sony CFD-8 Troubleshooting
The Sony CFD-8 is a boombox manufactured in 1998 with cassette, CD, and FM/AM radio capabilities.
- Boombox won't power on
- Boombox isn't making sound
- Buttons are broken
- CD is malfunctioning
- Cassette player is not working
- Radio will not play
It's just not turning on.
Check to make sure that the boombox is plugged in. Without a power source the boombox will be unable to function.
Your boombox may be powered by batteries instead of a power cord. If this is the case try replacing the batteries using the battery replacement guide.
It's not making sound.
Make sure you have either the radio, cassette player or CD player running properly. If one of them is running but there is still no sound the volume might not be turned up. Try turning it to a higher setting.
If the volume is on but there is still no sound then the speakers may be broken. Check that the radio/CD player/cassette is properly set up. If the device is still not making sound refer to the speaker replacement guide to replace your speakers.
I'm clicking the buttons but nothing is happening.
Check to see if the boombox is powered on. If boombox won't turn on, refer to troubleshooting on power problems above.
The CFD-8 has different settings depending on what component you would like to use. On the top left of the device there is a switch to change the mode of the boombox. Make sure that the device is on the proper setting for the component you would like to use.
If the buttons are not moving, they may be jammed. This requires cleaning or replacement to solve. Use the front panel removal guide to access the buttons. The buttons snap off easily and can be dusted with a cloth.
The CD player won't play my music.
Check to make sure the button on top of the device is set to CD, not radio or cassette.
If there is something obstructing the compartment door the CD player will not work. Check to make sure that the CD compartment is fully closed and the CD is orientated properly within the compartment.
A common cause of skipping or looping playback is a scratched or dirty CD. Remove the CD from the boombox. Clean it gently with rubbing alcohol and a clean cloth. If the problem persists try using a different CD.
The lens may be dirty. Clean the lens, CD, and CD compartment. Do this using a clean cloth. Dampen the cloth with rubbing alcohol and gently clean the components.
My cassette player won't play tapes.
The cassette could be damaged. If the tape is loose use a finger to rewind the cassette reel. If there are still problems try a different cassette.
If the drive hub is slow or not moving there may be a problem with the motor or motor belt. This has do do with a rubber band that connects to a motor in the cassette player. Refer to the motor belt replacement guide to fix this.
The FM/AM audio sounds fuzzy or is not working.
You may have weak signal strength. Try moving the tuner wheel to find a stronger signal. If you can not pick up any radio signal try moving to a different location. Also check that the antenna is up and extended. The radio may struggle to pick up a signal without it.
If you have tried using the advice above and are still experiencing difficulties the antenna may be broken and need to be repaired or replaced. If this is the case, replace the antenna using the antenna replacement guide.