Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If the display shows only some characters, it's because the thin ribbon cable has partially separated from the board it is affixed to. I just fixed mine using a soldering iron, and running it back and forth on the cable to re connect it. It requires a good bit of work, finesse, and electronics repair experience to fix it. If you don't care about the display, you can take out the screws on the back that the little arrows are pointing at. It takes a mid sized Phillips screw driver. Carefully separate it, and pivot the cover so the wires will not snag or get ripped out. Once that's done, look at the circuit board, since its right next to the battery compartment, the batteries could have leaked, and corroded the board. If this happened, it is not fixable. If this did not happen, check to see if the cables are clipped into their sockets. Press down on them gently. Then re assemble the radio, and turn it on.
Posted on Jul 03, 2013
Memory battery could be weak......
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