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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do not take it in a service center, buy the newest release "EZ" series. "EZ" series has a digital receiver built into it, which is called an "ACCU-Tune". The receiver will swith to analog if the digital skips a beat in reception. The cost to repair your's will be a flat rate of $269.00 at Panasonic's main repair shop. For the above repair, invest in EZ and get extended warranty. My ES10 will not power up, I found a capacitor split on top in the power supply area.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
SOURCE: recording DVD-RW
Make sure the discs you are using are the same as the ones listed as compatible in the manual:
• DVD-RW ver. 1.1 / 1x / 1x to 2x, ver. 1.2 /
2x to 4x / 2x to 6x
• DVD-R ver. 2.0 /1x / 1x to 4x /
1x to 8x / 1x to 16x, ver. 2.1 / 1x to 8x / 1x
• DVD+RW 1x to 2.4x / 1x to 4x / 3.3x to 8x
• DVD+R 1x to 2.4x / 1x to 4x / 1x to 8x / 1x
• DVD-RAM ver. 2.0 / 2x, ver. 2.1 / 2x / 2x to
3x / 2x to 5x, ver. 2.2 / 2x / 2x to 3x / 2x to 5x
• DVD-R DL ver. 3.0 / 2x to 4x
• DVD+R DL 2.4x / 2.4x to 8x
Any brand can be used.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
Greeting, I have same problem too, and now recorder is in warranty service. HDD sucks. This recorder is piece of ****. HHD is noisy and poor quality.
Stay in peace
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
If this happened after a power outage and not a hit/drop then it's probably fried the board to the hard disk, you can often get another board from the same model drive and fix it, by swapping the boards over.
Posted on May 25, 2009
It is very likely that a fuse has blown inside the unit. If you have warranty on the device you should get the manufacturer to replace it. However if it's out of warranty and your not afraid to open up the case of a DVD player you should be able to unplug the unit. Remove the screws and then look for a small glass type fuse located on the main board of the DVD player. It will have two tin ends and a glass tube in the middle. Remove it with a small pair of pliers being careful not crush the glass tube. Replace it with the same type of fuse with the correct voltage and amperage.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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