Question about RCA RC5215P DVD Player
I have a feeling this might be a region issue. If your DVD is the correct region for your country (check it against this list)
1: United States, United States Territories, Caribbean, and Canada
2: Europe (including British and French territories), Japan, South Africa, and the Middle East
3: Southeast Asia
4: Latin America, Australia, and New Zealand
5: Russia/Eastern Europe, Central and South Asia, and Africa (except Egypt, South Africa, Swaziland, and Lesotho)
8: airlines/cruise ships
then your DVD-player might not be set up properly or may be faulty. Have a look at the settings and make sure the correct region code is set up in your player. If you find a "0" as the region code it means your player can play all regions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you do not finalize the disc then you can not play it back. Go back to your instruction manual and look under 'setting options'. There should be a choice to 'finalize disc before ejecting'. The recorder will not finalize a disc until it knows when you are done recording, so you have to tell it somehow.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
What I did that worked flawlessly was press setup on the remote, go to general and go down to restore. Hit Yes to restore factory settings and all is well. :) You should now be able to play all of your region 1 discs with no issue. This is using the RCR192DA1 Remote with The RCA DRC8052 DVD Recorder.
Hope This Help!
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
turn off and, unplug your DVD recorder remove the six screws holding on the top tilt the back of the top up disengage the front of the top and set it aside look for a small laser tag this will point to a 1/4 inch glass lense this is the laser taking rubbing alcohol on a q-tip gently clean the lense with a twirling circular motion
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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