Hello, and sorry you're having problems. How long have you owned the Toshiba for and when did the issue occur? Were there any storms or power outages?
Thanks for the reply. Typically the recorder shutting itself right down after power up would indicate a hardware failure (the power supply PCB most commonly). There's no settings or adjustments that will cause the unit to shut itself off.
It would be worth trying a hard reset on the unit. Please disconnect the player from power, then press and hold the power button on the player itself (not the remote) for 10 seconds then release. Wait a minute then plug it back in and press power once. Try this procedure up to 3 times if it has the same symptoms and let me know what happens.
Does the display come up even for a second?
Okay, unfortunately this would indicate a failure in the power supply PCB of the Toshiba, which requires replacement of this part. The PCB is at the link below for $85 if you're looking to repair this yourself, but offhand since the player can be replaced for about $170- it does not make much sense to put that kind of money into the player. The Power supply PCB is below- but is actually showing as NLA (no longer available) through that site:
Alternatively a shop would charge $200 parts and labor for this repair, and that is not cost effective at all I'm afraid.
All you can try on a user level is to leave the machine unplugged from power for several hours or more in the hopes that it resets. If not, the replacement of the Toshiba is the most cost effective route to take.
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