Sphig

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  1. Try this for help - should get you there.... http://www.minidisc.org/manuals/sony/sony_mzr37_manual.pdf
  2. Experienced the same problems on a few units - skipping towards the end of discs (Hi-Md) - Failure to read then failure to eject - no solution yet! Have one that plays on it's side reliably - a bit of a pain really. - Like you, need a service manual
  3. Here they are
  4. I'm so sorry

    In deleting the cross post I must have triggered (or actually carried out) deletion of the pictures in the original post.

    What can/should we do to repair this?

    Kind regards

    Stephen

  5. http://forums.sonyinsider.com/topic/29166-mz-n10-battery-replacement/
  6. Hi - The generic battery labelled for E10 on ebay is not compatible - it's a simple NiMh gumstick, not a LiPo - a case of mistaken identity?
  7. Try setting your library view to "Albums" and "Date imported" - then it will be clear if files have been successfully transferred
  8. Ebay UK item number 171279008589 or similar
  9. Pictures tell how to ....... Available on ebay less than a fiver
  10. Have to admit to buying it - received today - tested - working on standard discs, not working on HiMd, opened up the unit and cleaned and lubricated the worm drive (laser sled). Happily playing HiMd discs now. Real bargain
  11. No - The contacts are underneath the sliding, spring loaded shutter on the flat side of the battery - just push it (the shutter) down, insert battery in charger and charge.
  12. I've used this type on these batteries to good result - ebay uk item number 371476115125 and 400783254728 also 381452941610
  13. The 14650 was higher capacity - but this causes no problems - a side benefit is longer playtime. - Also battery was quoted as having protection built in - however, I didn't bypass the existing circuit in the empty case - just inserted the new battery.
  14. Battery - Lip-8 contains a very standard 14650 (and readily available) battery - easy to fit in the empty case - I just worked a blade around the seam, separated the case and pulled off the spot welded terminals with care (snipe nosed pliers did the trick for me). inserted new 14650 and reassembled the case around it (a snug fit, the lack of solder tabs didn't pose a problem). - Usual disclaimer about safety - Please note that I am only describing what I did, not how to do it yourself - Lithium batteries need special care.
  15. Lip-8 contains a very standard 14650 battery - easy to fit in the empty case - I just worked a blade around the seam, separated the case and pulled off the spot welded terminals with care (snipe nosed pliers did the trick for me). inserted new 14650 and reassembled the case around it. - Usual disclaimer about safety - Please note that I am only describing what I did, not how to do it yourself - Lithium batteries need special care.