Question about Panasonic DVD-S47 DVD Player
No, this isn't a problem with the player. Every other player I have that plays DVD's recorded with the Samsung all auto-play. The problem is with the Samsung and how it records DVD's.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
There are DVD players that have a feature that automatically skips the menu and plays the largest title on the disc (typically the movie). It's usually not an advertised feature. maybe pressing "play mode" on the remote can fix that. Since you're having more problems, it will probably take more then disabling that feature, or you might be looking at 2 separate issues. What happens if you take the battery out of the remote? does that stop it? and what happens when you press FF on the player itself? this should tell you if the problem is specificaly with the remote, or with the player itself. Best thing to do though is use the warranty if its still valid, or consult the shop on repair options. Good luck
Posted on Mar 22, 2006
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all you need to do is use the DVD Service Disc that you got when you bought your DVD player,, or go to www.panasonic.com and e-mail them about getting the codes removed so you can play overseas DVD, they sent me a disk for FREE and guess what it worked,,,, it comes with the instructions, here is what it says,,,
INSERT DISK- and confirm "STOP" is displayed...
USING THE REMOTE press "SETUP"
Go to "DISPLAY" menu
Select "ON SCREEN MESSAGES" then press "ENTER" button
Press ">10" found on the bottom right coner
Press "6" button
Press "4" button
Press "3" button
Press "8" button
A PASSWORD WINDOW SHOULD APPEAR
TYPE IN "3192"
PRESS THE "ENTER" BUTTON TWICE
the disk will be read, when finished remove disk
Oct 15, 2007 | Panasonic DVD-RV31 DVD Player
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