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No video no sound

I have lost all video and sound, live or recorded. Comment by roy85215, posted on Nov 04, 2008 The timer does keep counting when a DVD disk is inserted or when I select HDD then play. The machine was left playing over night and the next morning there was no picture or sound.

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  • roy85215 Nov 04, 2008

    Does anyone here know how to fix tis machine or just supply stupid answers.

  • roy85215 Nov 04, 2008

    this is not an answer

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You blew the speakers in it it is toast.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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I have a Panasonic HDD Recorder Model No. DMR-HW100 which recently has developed a problem. If you try to record more than one program it shows this message. "The timer recording list is full! Please


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I guess it will depend on where the timer recording list is kept. Memory or Hard Drive.
These machines often have an internal battery (or capacitor) to keep the date & time correct. Did the date or time need reentering when you turned it back on?
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This unit doesn't have a tuner of any sort. Even on the few DVR/DVD recorders that have tuners, the external composite video inputs do not connect to the tuner. To record from the L1 or L2 inputs, you must be using a set-top box (cable, satellite, or digital-to-analog converter for OTA signals) or another video source (video camera or a vcr). Most TVs do not have video output capabilities. If you have one of those, follow the directions for recording from set-top boxes below.

Turn on and set the source to the channel that you wish to record for any set-top box. Then make sure that the set-top box is left on and at the correct channel after you finish setting the frequency, speed and length of time for the recording. Note: if the set-top box is turned off, your recorder will still record the blank video and audio.
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To record from a video camera or a VCR, set that source to play back at the desired time point. This is best done without the timer. Just start recording and then the playback.

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Useless at setting up. No sound on playback. Blocked timer record


You won`t get round the scan without an aerial.You still can set a recording as long as you set the recording channel as av2.Make sure the scart lead is fully in on dvd and tv,this can lead to no pic but sound,or sound no pic

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I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.
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