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hold the record button, and power botton together to enter the device in reovery mode and then connect to computer. 16mb format file wil be shown therein. type sansa.fmt and disconnect from pc. it will get formatted itself and then try reloading music files. and dont forget to slide the lock button before the procedure stated here. it should work. beware of formattng if u dont want to lose ur data inside it. try to scan for virus and if not solved then format.
If only demo mode is playing,it's mean set is in standby mode.Normally in standby mode it can't be operated.You have to power on the set by pressing power botton during demo mode.Once it gets power on,it will start to work according to user required function.If the set not get power on after pressing power botton,then it's an electrical problem and need to visit your nearby repairing centre.
Many Mp3 players often times have no power button, or a On/Off button. Although they probably should, many companies allow buttons to play multi tasks in the ever increasing need to save space.
Most times, pressing the play button, or holding the play button (signified by a right facing triangle) is used to start the mp3 player.
Ipod's do not have a "on?off" button either, you can simply press any button to make it start. holding the play button will allow it to go into a power save mode and "shut down" as well.
There is often a "lock" button you may have to slide or press in order to get it to turn on. This button is there so to no accidentally turn on the mp3 player when you dont need it, and waste battery life.
If it's not ejecting or responding to any of the buttons on the unit, or the remote, but is able to play a DVD, the display microprocessor(computer) within your Harman is damaged. For more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
You can try powering the unit off, unplugging it for 15 minutes and see if controls return.. It's a long shot, because what you're describing is usually the Eeprom failure, RCA p/n# 241275...
The Eeprom is located at U13102 on the signal board..
lol thats not how .... switch the hold switch on, press and hold func botton press play while holding then turn on the mpio while holding after that a screen saying"preceed to format? press rec hold for N secs til screen pops up saying that its doing a low level format