Your Funai compact stereo system produces the nearly the same sound as a full-size stereo while taking up much space. Funai compact stereo systems fit in just about any space in your home. When your Funai compact stereo isn't working as it should, find the repair parts you need to fix the stereo system at Sears PartsDirect.
Handling and care tips for compact discs used in your Funai compact stereo system
Handle the compact disc by grasping it on the outer edge and inner hole when removing the disc from its case or the CD player disc tray. Don't touch the media side of the compact disc with your fingers because oil and dirt from your fingers can interfere with compact disc playback.
Don't expose compact discs to direct sunlight or extreme heat sources such as heater air ducts or a car parked in direct sunlight.
Insert and remove compact discs in the CD player disc tray carefully to avoid scratching the media side of the compact disc. Make sure the compact disc is properly inserted in the disc tray before pressing the button to insert the disc tray into the player to avoid marring the compact disc.
After removing the compact disc from the CD player, store the disc in its storage case.
Don't use tape or labels on the top of compact discs. Use a non-solvent-based felt-tip marker to label the top side of the disc.
Cleaning the speakers on your Funai compact stereo system
Items you will need to clean the speakers include a damp microfiber cloth, a dry lint-free cloth, a lint roller and canned air. Don't use harsh chemicals or solvents to clean the speakers.
Remove the speaker grilles and wipe down the speaker case using a damp microfiber cloth. Dry the speaker cabinet using a dry lint-free cloth.
Carefully use canned air to gently blow dust off speaker cones. Wipe speakers horns using the dry lint-free cloth.
Clean the speaker grills using a lint roller then reinstall the speaker grilles on the speakers.