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Phillips DVR3320V Video Recorder plays the video for first two or three minutes and then keeps repeating this. How do I get it to play the disc all the way throughg?

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HI,

Please let me know if you face this problem only with that 1 disc which you are trying to play or is the problem same with all the discs?

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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First, check the CD/ DVD you are playing. If the CD/DVD is scratchful , then it could be repeated.

If the cd is fine, then please do reply.

Thanks

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