Question about Tascam CC-222mkIII CD Player / Recorder
I hope you already have found the answer, but, I have 20 some odd Tascams in the field and this is the training that I give my operators. When a defective CD is in the drive (or one that the unit thinks is defective) you can turn off the machine and let it power down. Then when you power it up keep pressing eject before it has a chance to read the disk. It will go into eject mode before it will go into diagnostic mode and when the disk is out the machine don't let it go back in. Most of the time the machine goes back to working like it should.
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
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