Re: Lincoln CD changer
No way in holy hell would I bother with a Linc dealer. My blood pressure's
high enough from stress and ripoff artists, living in NYC. I foresee $1500
for a $150 Sony changer.
Thanks for answering. You're probably right, better to just buy a new
changer. But I found today that Crutchfield sells replacement magazines. I
don't know why I didn't think of them sooner. I'll call them and ask they're
opinion. I've found they're usually pretty honest, and very knowledgeable.
Like you said, worst case is $150 for a new, better changer.
It's just my habit to strain for the cheaper possibility until the bitter
"Petey the Wonder Dog" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Looks like you said...
>>What's the most likely problem? A bad cartridge? The previous owner had
>>jammed the cartridge in upside-down, which I had a stereo shop correct.
>>it be the changer itself, when it seems to do what it's supposed to do
>>(until I hit a big bump, that is)?
> Check the Sunday papers for sales at stereo dealerships. Sears prolly
> has 'em too. You can get a new one, installed, for less than repair
> costs and it will have better stability and more features. Matter of
> fact, I'd bet $.75 cents you can get NO parts or repairs for your
> Some years ago. someone stole the cd/radio out of my wifes Honda. The
> dealership replacement cost was !!!!!!!940.00!!!!!!!!!!
> Just for a kick, call your Lincoln dealer and ask for the price on a
> replacement stereo. Be sitting when you call.