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That's because Technics is no longer around. Panasonic, the parent company shut that division down a few years back. Any parts you could get for a Technics unit is stock that they are selling off. They are NOT making any new parts. You may have to go the generic button route. Or, better yet, get a 3-D print of the button in question. Plenty of 3-D printer companies out there now that can do this sort of thing.
Normally that problem is because a card is jammed.
(The Manual will tell you only that Code 90 means the title display isn't functioning, which of course you already know)
Open up the title card box and start removing the holders until you find one that's askew. Normally, for reasons which I don't understand, you end up taking them all out but sometimes you can just yank a few and it will start working again.
Note however that the logic chip will not reset just because the problem is fixed. You have to shut it down (like a balky computer) and then turn it back on. If the problem is cleared it will reset the code and you're good to go.
This player will not play either MP3 or MP4 encoded CdRs. It is a good 18 years old now and such things were unforeseen back in the day. The newer sony may well be MP3 compatible. You could convert MP4 to standard audio types on your pc via any number of software applications.
Make sure the unit is on and set to either radio or cd. It is self contained so no wire should be needed, if you've read all the directions and still can't come up with a solution the unit may be faulty.
there may be a fuse in there or even on the back of the teac. if not on the back, then have to take the cover off, and just follow where the ac cord comes in and trace up to the switch, you may find a glass fuse there somewhere thats blown. In which case replace with an exact duplicate. (please be unplugged if you try this)