DM24 error code 009 CPU address error

Discussion in 'TASCAM DM-24' started by bobco631, Aug 13, 2018.

  1. bobco631

    bobco631 New Member

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    Hi . long shot here, I'm in Winnipeg , MB Canada. Thought Id reach out and say hello !
    I do have an issue with my beloved DM24 which I hope to remedy. I have added some good functionality to the basic DM24 with the 2-Seemy VGA output as well as the meter bridge and Firewire card. Lately I haven't been able to boot because of an error 009. Cpu address error. Remedy suggest to "check U6 and U7 on the main pcb and it's peripheral circuits for signs of poor contact"
    I'll open it up and look for problems in regard to those areas U6 and U7 on the main pcb. Have you experienced this issue yourself or have you heard to this error message being remedied in the past? Any info is greatly appreciated.

    kind Canadian regards,

    Bob

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  2. jssi

    jssi New Member

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    Bob,
    Welcome to the forum!
    I haven't seen that particular error... I had the most common error with the capacitors in the psu. If that's what you're seeing - I would replace with the new caps. If not - continue your troubleshooting process! Look for browned or blackened components, cold solder points, etc.

    If you are looking for a used,working dm-24 with lines on the LCD screen.
    you can purchase mine real cheap!
    Thanks,
    Eddy
  3. bobco631

    bobco631 New Member

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    Hi Eddy , thanks for the reply. To date I haven't opened her up yet. It all started June 30 when I returned from a long weekend outing to find the power had gone out in the neighbourhood. Initially trying to reboot brought the fatal error , 009. I left it unplugged for over a month, then it turned on reliably for a few days. Then the error has returned. I've been through a few of the diagnostic processes , all seem to work fine, but upon rebooting I can't get past the CPU address error, 009. I have some time off in the newt few weeks and will endeavor to have a look inside and address whatever I can find at that time. I've had the mixer since about mid 2005, used it daily for the most part, I've added the 2-Seemy VGA output and meter board as well it came with the firewire card, it's been pretty reliable for over 10 years, no reason to quit now, keep her alive I say ! I'll report back after some serious diagnosis.
    regards,
    Bob