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VCR's have an inbuilt computer that detects what the mechanism is doing. If for example a fault on the mechanical side has developed the systems will detect this and shut down the unit to prevent further damage.
If investigations into the mechanism reveal no faults. Then it could be the mode switch that is faulty. The mode switch is part of the mechanism and as the unit goes into each mode (play - fast forward etc) the switch will be in a position that tells the computer that the mechanism is in one of the modes. The switch can be out of position due to a mechanical fault, or it can give a false signal to the computer by being faulty itself.
Go to your TV settings.... see if the TV detects the wifi signal.... if not try entering you wifi password to connect.
THE TV NEEDS TO DETECT THE SIGNAL FIRST. If not, try raising your modem to a window sill or a shelf, it may not be getting the signal. If it is getting the signal, call Netflix 800.585.7265....and explain your problem.
cut off the tv unplug it and plug it in after a few mins if the timer screen comes back again have a tech look on your tv,the problem is the eprom that needs to be unsolder out of the set and solder it back so it can reset it self.