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Subwhoofer I bought the complette surround system the DMR 60 my question is the head unit at the back has a outlet marked Sub Out and the sub itself has two line in how do I connect it?

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According to the pamphlet I received with system you plug the line out of unit to the left plug on subwoofer.

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Unit turns on and off but nothing else works

Simultaneously press the [CHANNEL UP] and [CHANNEL DOWN] buttons on the front of the DVD Recorder for approximately 10 - 15 seconds (until the unit powers off).

Disconnect the wall outlet. Wait for 10 minutes. Then power up.

It this still does not help....and If you are capable of taking the risk check out DMR-EZ47 Firmware Installation Instructions
Panasonic DMR EZ47 Installation Instructions Manual

Familiarize yourself with all the steps and especially the page 7,8 before you attempt this,

Mar 25, 2016 | Panasonic DMR-EZ47V DVD Recorder/VCR

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The remote just says set 2 and does nothing

Does the TV screen say Set 2 or the display area on the DVD recorder? The original remote for the DMR-ES35VS doesn't have a screen. (If you are using a universal remote, I'm not sure how to reset the unit.)

The Set 2 indicates that the unit was set to listen to a remote on the second wavelength available on these remotes. Your remote needs to be set to the same wavelength. Press and hold Enter and then press and hold 2 (for about 2 seconds) on the remote to set it to this option. Press Return to move back through the menu or exit the screen. (Panasonic provided this feature for those with several devices so that each remote wouldn't control a nearby device at that frequency.) To get the recorder to respond to the remote, they must be set to the same range. To check, press the Functions button. Under Other Functions > Setup > Remote Control Code, you can adjust the wavelength that the receiver is looking for. (Use the up/down arrows to select a sub-menu and the Enter key to enter the sub-menu. Use the left/right arrows to select options in the secondary menu.) If the unit doesn't respond, try a different wavelength. (Press and hold Enter and then press 1 or 3. There are only three possible options for the remote/receiver.)

For a screen capture of this, see page 19 of the manual; it is available from Panasonic here: . An original remote is available from . It probably comes pre-programmed for Remote Code 1.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jan 10, 2012 | Panasonic DMR-ES35VS

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I go to record and the machine will say bye and will turn off. This happens when I try to record on DVD. or the HDDi

it probably requires RESETTING the device..
Turn it on..go to SET UP menu..and within the sub menu find "FACTORY RESET" and click it..
and wait until it RESET itself..
if it wont help pls let me know than I may propose something else....

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Jul 10, 2011 | Panasonic DMR-E85H DVD Recorder

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DMR-ES30VEB when copying VHS onto DVD, works for about 20 minutes, then whole unit suddenly shuts down, plus display goes off. Functions gradually return after about 20/30 mins. Thought it was bad discs,...

Shutdown? sounds like a power supply problem to me, and one of the likely causes would be the IC regulator (IC1) within it. The IC would have 3 to 5 pins on it, is probably marked as STRxxxxx (the x represents its type number), and probably has intermittent partial internal failure, causing the symptoms you describe. With the whole combo unplugged from the wall, remove the top cover, locate this little device, note its type/part number, find out cost of the part, replace it, observing its pin orientation on the PCB.

You might also like to check all of the electrolytic capacitors on this board too to be sure - and replace every one of them. Capacitors are one of the biggest troublemakers in any power circuit, especially electrolytic types located near components which emit heat (such as ICs and transformers). You may need to (carefully) remove the DVD drive to gain access to the power sub-board underneath. Once the sub-board is out, you can examine it more closely, and do as above. The IC regulators in this series were usually rated around 12V or so, and for the most part, were reliable. Caps are cheap enough - just note the values of the originals before buying new ones, perhaps uprate the working voltages of some to be safe. Electrolytics have a negative stripe on one side of the 'cylinder' or 'can' - so observe their polarity when replacing - the positive (+) of the cap must match the (+) point on the board.

The good news is that this may not be a really expensive repair for an otherwise functioning DVD recorder, and at this stage, is confined to one circuit. However, this is just advice from my experience. Your best option is to order the correct part number for the IC due to its voltage rating and the internal components in it. The part cost will depend on who you deal with. Don't forget to check the power sub-board for dry soldering, cracks, burn marks around components, etc. Worth saving.

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L.S. How to reset Panasonic DMR-EH55 DVD Recorder / HDD Recorder to factory settings?

You can either go into menu (pressing 'FUNCTIONS' button on remote) and look for 'RESTORE DEFAULT SETTINGS' or similar heading, or you can (while unit is on) on the front of the unit (not the remote) press CH UP and CH DOWN buttons together for 5 seconds - the unit will switch to standby. Give either one a try. (refer to page 60 onwards in your user manual - these pages detail 'settings').

If you cannot find your manual, it is available for download (free) -

I hope this helps in some small way. Thanks for asking FixYa!

Feb 12, 2011 | Panasonic DMR-EH55 DVD Recorder/HDD...

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DMR 60 insert disc, says loading then says no disc set up doesn't appear when using remote

I had a similar problem: Found two failed electrolytic capacitors on the powersupply of the DMR unit
(One was 1000 microF, the other 2200 microF) Can tell by the tops being slightly bulged out instead of being flat.
Replaced them, now unit is as new.

Jan 03, 2011 | Jamo DMR 60 DVD Player/Receiver

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Jamo DMR61 rejacts the disc for no reason and it doesent load the disc.

Clean the head,if it not load the disc you need to change the head unit.

Aug 14, 2009 | Jamo DMR 60 DVD Player/Receiver

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Question on suggested solution

didnt see your last question but you can reset by plugging out from mains,leave unplugged for about 30secs before plugging back in?

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My panasonic wireless surround sound won't work out of the Rear speakers

I have finally got my rear speakers to work. wireless internet or cordless phones will stop the speakers from working, i switched off my wireless internet and hey presto speakers work fine, i just cant have both at the same time.

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