I'm a new user with a used 2488, everything seems very stable except I'm having trouble with the transport STOP button. It doesn't always work and needs to be pressed rather hard and at slightly different angles to get it to function. All other buttons seem fine except this. Is there a way to get contact cleaner or something to fix this?
FADERS are also a little sticky-any cleaning/lube options?
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The definitive answer is: it depends.
It depends on how the cell "died". Most forms of cell death include
getting holes in the membrane, and if that happens any type of
transport (active or passive) is pretty much impossible. The transport
proteins might still be working, but whatever they're moving across
the membrane would just leak back through the holes, so there's no
If there aren't holes in the membrane, then passive transport should
still work. For active transport, it depends again. Usually for active
transport you just need the transporter and an energy source (like
ATP). As long as the energy source is still around, active transport will
still go on. Chances are, though, that the dead cell isn't making more
ATP as the old is used up, so pretty soon it will run out and active
transport will stop.
Other forms of active transport don't use ATP directly, but they still
count on the cell using energy. When the cell dies, those transporters
will also stop working before long.
Hi I am Vortash you will find that the user guide for this machine has been preinstalled onto the hard drive in notebook form . to read more on this machine follow the link below I hope this helps Rgards Vortash
The unit is having a problem with the laser transport being out of alignment.You need to clean and clear all the dust and debris in the transport and laser disc compartment. To do this you will need a can of compressed air, isopropyl alcohol, cotton swabs, and a small can of lithium grease.You need to use compressed air to clean away all dust and dirt from the laser transport and laser playing head.Next you will need to use a cotton swab with a small amount of alcohol on the tip and clean the laser head. Rub the swab gently across the head of the laser until it appears bright and shines. Then use the other side of the swab to remove any excess moisture from the laser head. Now you must check the transport rails and gears. Clean them with a cotton swabs and a small amounts of alcohol. Next move the laser transport from the most inner position to the most outer position. The action must be smooth and easy. If the action is not smooth you must apply a small amount of lithum grease a cotton swab and rub the transport rails and gears. Do not use too much grease or you will create more problems. Check the transport action again by moving it in and out to see if the action is working properly. If it seems to working correctly. Test the dvd player with a music cd to see if it plays correctly.let it play all the way through.Next try a dvd and see if plays correctly. If it does then the repair is completed if not you may have other problems with the player. Like a bad or worn laser head. A bad motor than can no longer spin the discs correctly. These problems should be checked out in a service center. You can call for service information at the Zenith customer support telephone number. 1-800-243-0000. They will be able to tell you how to get service for the dvd player. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
Just use the transport buttons (Play, FF or REW) to navigate to the spot in the song where you'd like to set you IN, OUT or TO point and then with the transport stopped press shift and the corresponding key (either IN, OUT, or TO). You'll see a SET IN (or SET OUT or SET TO) message appear on the screen to show that the point has been set.
These points then apply to all tracks.
When you go to edit you'll be prompted for which track to apply the edit to before you commit the edit. For instance during a COPY edit the 2488 will prompt you for which track to copy from and which track to copy to allowing you to copy a section from between the IN and OUT points to the TO point on the same track, or to copy the section to the TO point on another track.
After setting the IN, OUT or TO point, pressing any of those buttons alone with take you to that point in the song.
You can also edit where the points are set by setting a new one. The last one you set will become the new IN, OUT or TO point.
When mastering (or premastering) the IN point is automatically set to the beginning of the song and you'll have to just set the out point in the same way as described above.
The only problems I've had with my 2488 thus far have been sticking buttons. It seems the transport buttons often go first. In my case it was a matter of dirt (or dust) getting in. The cat would come in from outside and walk on my 2488 with dirty paws. Shortly after that is when I started having problem with the buttons sticking. I my case I bought one of those spray cans of air for cleaning keyboards and blasted around the buttons with that. It seems to have fixed the problem for now. I leace a clear plastic bag over the unit now when not in use to protect it from dust (and cats).
To record the eight inputs onto 8 separate tracks at once simply plug your mics or other audio sources into the mic inputs (only 4 can be powered, A-E) and then assign each input to a separate track by pressing the input button which corresponds to one input and then the select button for the desired target track at the same time. Do this for all eight inputs and their target tracks. Then arm all eight tracks to record by pressing the record buttons on each (the red lights will come on). Then when you press play and record in the transport section (or use punch operations) you will record all eight inputs to all eight tracks at the same time.
To reset the 2488 to factory defaults: Simultaneously press quick routing/shift/send/shutdown & turn on the unit.
The 'stop' button problem may require a look under the cover to see if the button is dirty or damaged under there. A good cleaning might do it. As for the 'no guitar out the monitors' issue, this sounds like it might have something to do with the setting of the monitor selector. Make sure it's set to 'stereo' and not effect loop or effect send or even muted. You might want to also make sure your monitor level pot is working properly.
I've seen intermittent buttons (especially transport) reported occassionally with the most common suggestion to remedy the situation being to first press down the button rather firmly and rotate it around in little circles. This may help for a while. The real solution is probably to remove the cover and inspect the button from underneath for wear and/or built-up dust or dirt and clean/replace accordingly.
If your 2488 is still under warranty or you aren't comfortable opening the cover yourself, you can search for a Tascam Service Center in your area here: