HH Scott makes compact stereo systems that can fit in just about any space while providing the quality sound to fill an entire room. HH Scott compact stereo systems are known for reliability but parts can wear out or break at any time. When you need replacement parts for your HH Scott compact stereo system, you can trust Sears PartsDirect to have the parts you need in stock.
Cleaning tips for compact discs used in your HH Scott compact stereo system
Proper cleaning of compact discs ensures that the CD player in your compact stereo system can read and play the disc properly.
Before inserting a compact disc in the CD player, wipe the disc with a soft, lint-free cleaning cloth. Wipe the media side of the disc from the center of the disc to the outer edge.
Clean compact discs regularly to enjoy accurate and trouble-free playback in your CD player.
Inspect the compact disc before inserting it in your CD player for playback. Clean the compact disc if you see fingerprints, debris or deposits on the media surface of the disc.
Use CD cleaning detergent, isopropyl alcohol or methanol to clean stubborn dirt or deposits from discs. Don't use solvents such as benzene, thinner or other harsh cleaners to clean compact discs. Don't use anti-static spray intended for vinyl LP records on compact discs.
Troubleshooting your HH Scott compact stereo system when the speakers won't play
Check the output settings of your compact stereo system first. Make sure that you have the correct speaker output selected. Adjust the audio output settings if necessary.
Check to see if you have the headphones plugged into the headphone jack. Unplug the headphones to play the speakers if you find the headphones plugged into the headphone jack.
Check the speaker wire connections. Make sure that speaker wires are plugged fully into the speaker jacks on the back of the compact stereo system. Make sure that the speaker wires are securely connected to the speakers. Reconnect any loose wiring connection.
Check speaker wires for damage. Repair or replace any damaged speaker wire.