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You can replace it. There are some types of LEDs: 3cm and 5cm. You should first identfy the K (catod) and the A (anode) to make a correct replacement. The K is marked with a slight cut. Dessolder the bad one from the board and replace and solder the new one.
The metronome speed is controlled by the Tempo setting. The metronome controls only adjust the volume of the metronome and if the metronome is heard on the input or output recording. The R24 manual is available here: http://www.zoom.co.jp/downloads/r24/manual/ . See page 20 for setting the Tempo. The Tempo button is below the Tempo label to the left of the LCD display on the right side of the Zoom R24.
Press the "click" button and then set the tempo you want, press the "click" button again this will stop the metronimoe but is also sets the tempo in memory. The next time you press the "click" button it will be ready to go.
Anytime you press the tempo + or - it thinks you are trying to use the "Tap Tempo Function".
Simply hold down to greeting button for around 5 seconds and it will tell you to record you new greeting. To stop greeting recoding after you finished speaking then just push play. Listen to your new recorded message.
No, sorry there isn't any way to speed up or slow down a track with the DP-02. You'd have to export the track to a program on a pc which will allow you to do this whether it is a program which allows you to chnage the tempo and adjusts the pitch for you, or something that will allow you to slice the track or convert to midi and then adust the tempo there.