Question about Sony Audio Players & Recorders
How can I get rid of the 'sony demo' which is flashing on my stereo. The model number is MHC-AG222 but I have lost the manual. We have tried holding down the 'play' and 'stop' button at the same time but this hasn't helped.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony mhc 2600
open the player wit the door ejected then clean all dust particles inside it especially below the door and on the way where the door closes ... and then also clean the rubber belt & near by which is connected to dc motor... and clean the lens also... remember clean only wit dry clothes...
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
To stop the demonstration mode
• Press and hold stop (on the system
only) for five seconds when the
system is in demonstration mode.
ª The demonstration will stop.
ª "DEMO OFF" is displayed.
ª The system will switch to standby
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
1. With power off, press the MODE button to select the DATE mode.
2. Press the zoom out (three trees) button for more than two seconds to enter the date/time set mode.
3. Press the zoom out (three trees) button to select year, month, day, hour, or minute (selected number will flash).
4. Use the zoom in (one tree) button to advance the number.
5. Repeat steps 3. and 4. to set each value.
6. Press the zoom out (three trees) button until the colon (in the hours:minutes) is flashing. When the colon stops flashing, date and time setting is completed.
7. Press the MODE button and the power will switch off.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
SOURCE: stuck in demo
I had the same issue and was about to give up.
cleaning, key combos and such didn't work out.
Solved the dirty way, as described some comments above:
"Just took the faceplate from the "push-menu" button and hit it against a hard surface [not too hard but not too soft hits] and thats it, it worked again."
ah, the good manners!
Posted on May 07, 2009
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