Question about Marantz PMD660 Digital Voice Recorder
Just solved this very problem with the same machine.
1. Carefully remove the flash card and take a look to see if any of the connecting holes look visibly damaged.
2. If so with a birght light look inside the card port and see if any of the contact pins are bent.
3. With a thin scew driver carefully try to bring the pin back up straight and carefully ( not forcing ) replace the flash card.
Power up and see what happens. It worked for me.
I think our problem was caused by the purchaser either inserting the card the wrong way round or forcing it into te card port.
Once in, leave it there and just record and erase as required.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
This seems to be a firmware issue and Marantz have resolved it on this page ( http://www.d-mpro.com/users/folder.asp?FolderID=3629&Tab=FAQ ).
Simply download the firmware file and drag it onto your cf card and click update. ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS ARE ON THE WEBPAGE ABOVE.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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