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Caution message on Aiwa AM-F70

My minidisc recorder does not opperate. whether I try to play a minidisc or record, I get the "CAUTION" message. Is my machine trash?

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Try another disk if still no go try pressing reset button on bottom of unit.

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  • humberstone Sep 01, 2009

    try another disk if still no go press reset button on bottom of unit !

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