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My sagem DVR 6200T UK displays ER 07 on the box

I have no picture to the TV and the remote wont work. I have checked all connections scart leads etc and followed instructions in the manual Re troubleshooting with no success. can anyone help please

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  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    Er09 flashing constantly on the box's display

  • wyldthing Feb 20, 2009

    we have the same problem with er09 and er07 and pr03. Have tried switching it to 00-- and trying to get it to reload the software but nothing happening. Also unplugged everything, checked leads etc. Its also making a knocking noise as well. Any ideas???



    We have had this for approx 2 years and its served us well. Really fed up as I've got lots of stuff recorded waiting for a quite night in!!! (from other comments on the web it does do series record but its a new'ish feature that got down loaded a couple of months ago).

  • chidy67 Apr 24, 2010

    my sagem dvr 6200t does not light up but has hard drive runn ing constantly

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I HAVE HAD SAME PROBLEM. I HAVE TWO OF THESE RECORDERS AND ONE IS OK. I SWAPPED THE POWER LEADS FROM THE GOOD ONE TO THE ONE THAT IS NOT WORKING AND IT WORKED SO ALL YOU NEED IS A NEW POWER LEAD FROM SAGEM IN FRANCE.COST £10 PLUS POSTAGE.
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Sagem dtr94.locks up can not change channels.tells me i am recording when im not says i have no room on hard drive all though it shows only 48 per cent and all so fails to record a series even when it shows high lighted program.

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