Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The manual states (apologies if you have the manual and are already aware of this):-
The indicator should flash for about 5 seconds then stay on steady.
If it continues to flash then the following may be the cause:-
DC voltage appearing in the output.
A short circuit in the speaker wires (or speakers)
(Manual doesn't specify whether speaker open circuit would give this fault. Perhaps try another set of speakers?)
I would add that this might be too low an impedance speaker or incorrect setting of impedance (see the button on the back of the unit). If in doubt set to lowest impedance then if speakers are higher it shouldn't cause harm.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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