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MD Error Message

I have a Sharp MD recorder. when I press record I get the message
Toc W Error I've mislaid my manual, can you tell me what that means
please.

Thanks Richard

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    I'm looking to purchase a add on battery pack for the sharp 702 mini disc player, can anyonw point me in the right direction?

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I'm sorry this isn't much help, but I had the same problem with my 702 unit. From what I've read it's very common with this model - Sharp claims to have remedied the error with their 831 unit. Luckily, when I had this problem, my recorder was still under warranty and I have to say that Sharp fixed it promptly and returned it to me. Have you tried contacting them? Since it's a design flaw, they might be amenable to working something out with you...

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