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young posted a topic in ClassifiedsI wish to depart with my MZ-E10 and MZ-N10. MZ-E10's battery is completely out. MZ-N10's battery is pretty much out. Otherwise, they are in excellent conditions functionally and physically (see photos). Please name the price for my babies. P.S. 1. w/ original charging cradles. 2. w/ original remotes. 3. w/ original USB cable (for N10) 4. w/o bundle earbuds (I have one bundle earbuds alive; I will give it to the first buyer for free.) 5. w/o AC adapter (I have an AC adapter alive, but it's 220V. If a buyer gets both of the items, he/she can get it for free.)
Arr-Nine-Hundred posted a topic in ClassifiedsI just got one of these but the seller has misplaced these items. They are unique to the unit so I cannot use the AA sidecar from other MD units and the cable is not a mini or micro USB type. Many thanks!
Hello ! I have just registered to this forum because I have recently gotten hold of a MD recorder, an MZ-N10, which I've got from a friend who had not used it in years, and who apparently did not plan to. The thing is, the unit won't read any MDs. Whenever I try an MD inside it, it fiddles around for a while making a loud whirring sound, eventually ending out with a "Read Error" alert. At first I thought it was just a problem with the MD but as I have another recorder that works, as I tested more and more MDs out it became apparent the problem came from the unit. Firstly I downloaded the manual off the internet and tried the "reboot" method that basically instructs to power down everything, let it rest for a while then power it back up, to no avail. Then I learned there was a service mode for the device, so I downloaded the service manual. After launching the service mode (with one of the methods that doesn't require you to disassemble the whole thing) and out of curiosity, I ran the self-diagnosis result display mode, to try to learn more about what could've caused the issue. This returned : 013 1 00B6 004 N 004B 035 N100B6 004 N200B6 000 R_004B Now I'm a complete noob when it comes to this kind of things, and I don't know if this would help, but the error codes indicate : a TOC address data error (013, which I have no idea what it is), two spindle errors indicating an abnormal rotation of disc (both 004 errors) and a MD DATA 2 disc error (the 035 one, which again, I have no idea what it might be). Have any of you had this problem before ? Is it repairable with having to send it back to Sony ? Thanks in advance ! All the best, A.
I am looking for a source for the replacement, don't care if it's OEM like this one http://www.smallbattery.company.org.uk/sbc_lip3wmb.htm Just need one for under the $38.40 + S&H that Sony Quoted me today by phone and email! Surely someone here has a source for them here in the united States? Thanks, Tom firstname.lastname@example.org me