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Boss br-8 digital recorder wont load up. powers up but no program

The LEDs light but there is nothing working, not even any thing to read anywhere like it has lost it's program or something.....like it lost all of its initial programing.

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  • Anonymous Apr 08, 2009

    xactly the same thing

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    yep I have this problem too - I think due to not powering it down properly

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Is there a solution or a diy video or something for this problem yet? I just got one of these and bought a usb zipdrive to get files from the br-8 to the pc and now I see I am having this problem. I booted up fully once since I've had it (about 6 days) I used it and it seemed to work fully but I didn't have my zip discs yet so I couldnt record. I would be able to fix this myself I think with a tutorial. I attempted to update the firmware but it wont load up the br8's firmware.

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More than likely you experienced a short within the unit. Sounds like it might be a power surge, if nothing is function but you have power.

Unfortunately, this is not an easy fix, and I would suggest taking it to a service center for repair.

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Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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