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Why does the screen read "device error" when I turn it on?

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According to the user manual for the device, on page 81, it reads:

If any of these errors occur, turn the the unit power OFF and restart it.
If these error message continue to appear, please contact a TASCAM Service Center.
***Device Error*** (the one you're asking about)
FileErr
FX Busy
FX Rx Failed
I
/F Error
Mount Error
SaveParam Fail
SD-Card Error!
SD Not Found
SD Read Busy
SD Write Busy

Looks like your unit may require servicing at an authorized Tascam service center.

Good Luck!!

Posted on Oct 17, 2013

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