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    Just bought an old Mission cdp the pcm 7000, seller said remote was 'intermittent', well its dead, any ideas how to revive? The same happened with the last cdp I bought - the Pioneer PD8700, but with that I simply took the remote apart and reassembled. Tried doing that with Mission remote, but it won't completely disassemble, and hence is still dead. Any pointers? The cdp works ok. The remote did work for a minute just now, so is not completely dead!
    Last edited by Mikeandvan; 03-04-2019 at 12:48.
    Current system. NAS Interspace, Jelco 750, /Nagaoka MP 200/Graham Slee Era V. CDP - Mission PCM 7000. Amps - Quad 909/306/Croft micro 25. Chario Syntar 100 Tower. QED XT40 speaker cable/Straight wire interconnects.

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    So, update! I now managed to completely disassemble, as is often the case that was impossible without causing a bit of damage to the sides of the remote, but its not too bad. Anyway was really dusty, so gave it a little clean, put it all back together and its now fine. Anybody know what the 'M' button is for??
    Last edited by Mikeandvan; 03-04-2019 at 20:31.
    Current system. NAS Interspace, Jelco 750, /Nagaoka MP 200/Graham Slee Era V. CDP - Mission PCM 7000. Amps - Quad 909/306/Croft micro 25. Chario Syntar 100 Tower. QED XT40 speaker cable/Straight wire interconnects.

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    Is it showing any life? Get a digital camera, point it at the transmitter and watch the viewer while pressing buttons on the remote, you will see the transmitter blink if it's working. It might just be some keys which aren't working, in which case look at the pad contacts (once you have it apart) or if it's all keys check you are getting good contact on the battery terminals. A little rub on them with some fine sandpaper might do the trick if it's the battery contacts that are corroded.
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    the 'M' Button is if you want to listen to M People.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    the 'M' Button is if you want to listen to M People.
    I have a vague thought its for memory but I could be wrong, that player just predates my entry to the audio trade in the late 80s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectral Morn View Post
    I have a vague thought its for memory .
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    The M button is used to store your own track order. Find a track (using next or previous), press M, go to the next track you want and again press M. Do this for up to 20 tracks in whatever order you want. You should get an indication on the CDP display for each track you have programmed. For example track 5 in memory slot 2. Press play to play your chosen track order. To clear your memory press stop twice (once to stop playing and the second time to clear the memory). Or long press stop to stop playing and clear memory in one go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killie99 View Post
    Is it showing any life? Get a digital cA little rub on them with some fine sandpaper might do the trick if it's the battery contacts that are corroded.
    It was just very dusty, now working great
    Current system. NAS Interspace, Jelco 750, /Nagaoka MP 200/Graham Slee Era V. CDP - Mission PCM 7000. Amps - Quad 909/306/Croft micro 25. Chario Syntar 100 Tower. QED XT40 speaker cable/Straight wire interconnects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    the 'M' Button is if you want to listen to M People.
    My favourite band after the Spice girls.
    Current system. NAS Interspace, Jelco 750, /Nagaoka MP 200/Graham Slee Era V. CDP - Mission PCM 7000. Amps - Quad 909/306/Croft micro 25. Chario Syntar 100 Tower. QED XT40 speaker cable/Straight wire interconnects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward View Post
    The M button is used to store your own track order. Find a track (using next or previous), press M, go to the next track you want and again press M. Do this for up to 20 tracks in whatever order you want. You should get an indication on the CDP display for each track you have programmed. For example track 5 in memory slot 2. Press play to play your chosen track order. To clear your memory press stop twice (once to stop playing and the second time to clear the memory). Or long press stop to stop playing and clear memory in one go.
    Err hang on a minute......What a pointless function!
    Current system. NAS Interspace, Jelco 750, /Nagaoka MP 200/Graham Slee Era V. CDP - Mission PCM 7000. Amps - Quad 909/306/Croft micro 25. Chario Syntar 100 Tower. QED XT40 speaker cable/Straight wire interconnects.

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