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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
good day 2 you,, ,, i have some little advice on you,,
just open the top cover of your player and check the RIBBON WIRE of the LENS/EYE part then clean theGOLD FINGER/LINES
and get some clean cotton buds and a lighter fluid 2 clean the lens,,,,,ok,,
PS. dont use cd cleaner fluids,,, that wont clean, , , , , ,just lighter fluid ok!!!
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
this unit has an optical-eye, not recording heads. opening the drawer then unplugging unit will expose the eye. never look into the eye when unit has power. this x-ray can and will burn your owh eyes lens&retina. good luck. clean with 90% isopropyl alcohol and q-tip. mch
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: Panasonic dmr ez25 no read error
Try removing the cover and clean the glass laser eye with rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab. Clean the glass laser eye.
If cleaning doesn't work, then the circuit will need to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
That error means: There was a power failure or the AC plug was disconnected while the unit was on. The unit is carrying out its recovery process. This process restores the unit to normal operation. The unit is not broken. Wait until the message disappears.
I suggest you unplug all the cords o the unit and after 2hrs replug and see if the error is gone.
Let me know the result.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2010
You should use a specific DVD lens cleaner for your recorder, there are generic ones available I am sure. I do not recommend CD/DVD lens cleaners - far too abrasive, and there is a risk of damage to your unit if you use this type.
A generic DVD lens cleaner should do no harm and does not cost a lot. The type of cleaner I have used in the past is exactly like a DVD disc, with fine bristles, is a dry type, and it gently removes the grime and dirt film from the lens eye (you can probably obtain a wet and dry type that comes with a small bottle of fluid). These are the most reliable, and, unlike original CD lens cleaners, are far less abrasive. These lens cleaners usually work in DVD players and recorders, I've never had any issue after using this type.
Give that a try, see how you go.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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