Brad wrote at 2012-01-08 01:33:15
The M would mean Mechanical Error, if this is the one that has the jukebox style CD holder it would probably be because there is a gear broken on the feeder and needs to be replaced as I have just taken mine apart and found this.
ANGIE wrote at 2013-01-17 02:02:07
I have the tad-9725 manual. It does not describe what M means but it does say to1.press power button off. 2.turn on power.argh! That does not work. Then to 1.disconnect the power cord.2.wait 20 seconds.3. Connect power cord. 4.Press power button to turn on. 5. Press the desired function button. Note:if unit does not operates and m-error scrolls,then call nearest Fisher authorized service center. Argh! Sorry not much help. We also have the Same system. And it has not worked in years. Gonna try to get it operational asap and find a turn table.
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