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Yes. Putting it on hold and then pressing the stop button will turn off the recorder. You can turn it back on by taking it off hold. It is technically off even though when you press a button while it is off it tells you that it is on hold. Don't worry, your batteries are safe for now =).
I solved the problem by connecting my Sony IC Recorder to the USB port on my McBook Pro computer and then emptying the trash can on the Mac computer. Visually (flashing red indicator light) and audibly (the recorder's sound that indicates something being erased), it was clear that mp3 files were finally, really being erased on the Sony recorder even though the recorder's own screen display had previously shown only empty folders and no files. Dragging files to the trash can doesn't really erase them unless you also empty the trash. All dragging to the trash can does is somehow mark the files in a way that, unfortunately, makes them invisible to Sony's file detection system.
If you press and hold down the "menu" button scroll down to the FORMAT selection and press enter. This will reformat the device.
I had the same problem - I think it arose after disconnecting the IC Recorder when it became unresponsive with the computer.
Make sure you transfer all your files first to a computer or back up source.
here is the link for the user manual for your model;
Best I can come up with is that you cannot turn the unit off without removing the batteries - obviously means you need to set the clock again each time.
I would also try press and hold the display button, then try press and hold with all other buttons in turn, one of them may do it - the manual does not suggest this will work but it possibly could.
If no luck with this then try contacting Sony;
They may be helpful - we get mixed reports.
Hope this helps :)