Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
The loading mechanism has jammed somehow. When powered on, the unit attempts to get to a known position. If that fails, the message you indicate is displayed. The only way to resolve this is to dis-assemble the unit and rebuild the mechainsm. This should NOT be attempted without the service manual. There is a particular way to re-assemble these so that the gearing is correct. There are small gears and levers that need to be aligned properly. Also, there may be a broken lever or gear that needs to be replaced. I have rbuilt a number of these and the parts (if needed) are cheap (<$4 total).
I wold suggest that you bring this to an authorized Panasonic service center.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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