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My CD player's infrared receiver for its remote control has failed. (The remote still works with a friend's identical player.) I'd like to buy a replacement receiver and solder it in. How do I identify it?

  • Service manuals for similar units (Teac CD-P1250 and CD-P1450, instead of my Teac CD-P650) name their IR receiver GP1U281X. That looks like mine, but lacks the X over the dome.

  • The service manual for GF-650 names its receiver FM-6038TM2-5A, which has the X, but lacks the side legs. enter image description here

  • I can't find my unit's service manual.

  • Digi-Key lists over 500 through-hole receivers, but only two have a photo showing a metal cage, and those cages have quite a different shape.

  • All I really want is to be able to navigate MP3s on a thumb drive! The front panel lacks the necessary buttons that the remote has.

  • Should I instead work backwards from the remote's transmitter?


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My CD player's infrared receiver for its remote control has failed. (The remote still works with a friend's identical player.) I'd like to buy a replacement receiver and solder it in. How do I identify it?

  • Service manuals for similar units (Teac CD-P1250 and CD-P1450, instead of my Teac CD-P650) name their IR receiver GP1U281X. That looks like mine, but lacks the X over the dome.

  • The service manual for GF-650 names its receiver FM-6038TM2-5A, which has the X, but lacks the side legs. enter image description here

  • I can't find my unit's service manual.

  • Digi-Key lists over 500 through-hole receivers, but only two have a photo showing a metal cage, and those cages have quite a different shape.

  • All I really want is to be able to navigate MP3s on a thumb drive! The front panel lacks the necessary buttons that the remote has.

  • Should I instead work backwards from the remote's transmitter?

side view top view

My CD player's infrared receiver for its remote control has failed. (The remote still works with a friend's identical player.) I'd like to buy a replacement receiver and solder it in. How do I identify it?

  • Service manuals for similar units (Teac CD-P1250 and CD-P1450, instead of my Teac CD-P650) name their IR receiver GP1U281X. That looks like mine, but lacks the X over the dome.

  • The service manual for GF-650 names its receiver FM-6038TM2-5A, which has the X, but lacks the side legs. enter image description here

  • I can't find my unit's service manual.

  • Digi-Key lists over 500 through-hole receivers, but only two have a photo showing a metal cage, and those cages have quite a different shape.

  • All I really want is to be able to navigate MP3s on a thumb drive! The front panel lacks the necessary buttons that the remote has.

  • Should I instead work backwards from the remote's transmitter?


Edit: bottom view.

enter image description here

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identify infrared receiver

side view top view

My CD player's infrared receiver for its remote control has failed. (The remote still works with a friend's identical player.) I'd like to buy a replacement receiver and solder it in. How do I identify it?

  • Service manuals for similar units (Teac CD-P1250 and CD-P1450, instead of my Teac CD-P650) name their IR receiver GP1U281X. That looks like mine, but lacks the X over the dome.

  • The service manual for GF-650 names its receiver FM-6038TM2-5A, which has the X, but lacks the side legs. enter image description here

  • I can't find my unit's service manual.

  • Digi-Key lists over 500 through-hole receivers, but only two have a photo showing a metal cage, and those cages have quite a different shape.

  • All I really want is to be able to navigate MP3s on a thumb drive! The front panel lacks the necessary buttons that the remote has.

  • Should I instead work backwards from the remote's transmitter?