Tip & How-To about Sansui VRDVD4005 DVD Player/VCR

Fix for various problems

I've seen various problems get resolved with Computers, Digital
Cable Boxes, Routers,and Satellite Receivers by simply unplugging
the unit. If all else fails, give it a try. For my Sansui VRDVD4005, I
unplug it and wait about 10 minutes, then sometimes wait 30 minutes
or more for the "auto clock" setting to return.( AS IF IT WERE JUST
TAKEN OUT OF THE BOX) You can set the clock manually if you
don't want to wait when it starts blinking and you will have to set
up your channels again. This has fixed DVD freeze-ups, VCR timer
recording problems, and all the C### error codes in the troubleshooting
section for my unit at one time or another. Good Luck to all.

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