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If the track can be armed for recording, it won't show anything until you arm that track. Otherwise, check to see if you can hear anything on the main output. If so, then it's just the lights, which will not affect functionality.
I recommend contacting Tascam at this link:http://tascam.com/contact/support/ Describe your problem. As far as I can tell there were some problems with the media you could use. This article might help:http://www.sweetwater.com/forums/showthread.php?10128-Tascam-CD-RW5000 You could also try contacting Sweetwater Sound and ask:http://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/ They have a great staff.
Have you clicked the little "monitor" icon (looks like a speaker) on the armed audio track so that it goes orange? Once on, you should see a signal on the VU meter (assuming the line in has a good signal etc). Once recorded, turn the monitor off again to listen to the track with all the others.
I can disable the sound card, set the music bridge as the default sound output device and it works just fine (after rebooting). But if I enable the sound card again, even when keeping the music bridge as the default, the sound goes exclusively to the PC speakers, no matter what device the connection is switched to on the Linksys utility. (By the way the music bridge shows correctly to be connected or disconnected....with no effect on the sound output.) The major hassle is that any usable change of output device requires a reboot. Still testing. Not a single answer from the community. Also I never required the promised temporary password.
Look for small leaver or any contact switches. They might have become bent out of shape or broken, or have dirt in them, cutting off the sound. Also check the leads coming from the head, they might have become detached or at least you can trace where they join the PC board. If you touch where they join you should get a buzz on either channel.
No sound during recording ?
No sound during playback ?
Do you have signal levels on the meters at stereo/ main out ?
If yes then make sure master fader is at adequate level then check to see if there's a headhone on/ off switch or a headhone volume level knob, if so then adjust ( be careful not to have the master fader at a high level when you turn on the headphones, it hurts )
If you don't have signal on the stereo/ main out meters or you do and the above steps didn't work then we'll take it from there.