Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The unit is going into protection mode, before we attempt to locate a physical problem sometimes all that is needed is a RESET.
Switch Off the Unit using the Main's unit Power Switch.Keep the device untouched for Few Minutes, say 30 minutes and then Turn it ON. This would Reset the Microprocessor of the Device.
If the Problem Persists, next Step would be to remove all the Wires and again Re-Align them.
Once done, if the Problem still Persists, this is a Hardware Failure. Now, if the unit is Under Warranty, get it Replaced / Returned .However, if it is Out of Warranty, and you have the Tools and you wanted to Fix, Revert and i would be glad to help you.
Let me know,once done.
Hope i helped you.
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Posted on May 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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