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X HOLD on SA-HT1500 what is it

Hi my unit is 3 years old now but all it says when any button pressed is X HOLD can anyone tell me what this could be it wont do anything else
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Try pressing "enter" and "return" simultaneously until the X Hold message disappears. This is the child lock function activated.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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Hi I have a Panasonic SA-PM200 mini hifi how do tune the radio stations


Make sure that you have the source set to FM or AM and the correct sound quality mode selected. Then press the Search track (fast forward or fast reverse) buttons on the remote. (These two buttons have the << or >> symbols and are on either side of the Stop button on the original remote.) If you press and hold the button, the radio will scan the frequencies in that direct until the next station that can be tuned in. The Skip buttons ('<< or >>') only goes to preset stations. As far as I can tell, these buttons are not on the main unit.

The remote is listed as part N2QAYB000639 . A replacement remote is available at several online locations including amazon.co.uk . See https://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-N2QAYB000639-Remote-Control-SCHC15EBK/dp/B00H988QAM . The manual is available online here: http://panasonic.ae/en/manuals/SC-PM200.pdf . The SC-PM200 is the model for the entire system; SA-PM200 is the main unit. See section 7 for the radio tuning information.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Panasonic SA HT1500 DVR recorder...cannot erase recorded programs.


On my DVR there is a "protect" option that will prevent me from deleting a recording. You have to press the "protect" button again to unprotect it.Once unprotected you should be able to delete the recording.

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Does anyone have the code for sky remote to tune it in to the sa-ht880 Home theatre I did have it on old remote and the volume button worked but can't find code now :-(


Step 1:

You can set up your old remote very simple.
your old remote should have a "Setup" button.

Step 2:

Next you have to have your T.V/Home Theater on.

Step 3:

While the T.V is on press and hold the "setup" button for 3 seconds on your old remote.
a light should indicate that its on "setup" mode.

Step 4:

while your remote is on setup mode point it to the T.V and press the "Power" button until the device turns off.

Step 5:

Once your T.V turns off you can press "Enter" on your remote will be setup and ready for that T.V.

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I HAVE A GOODMAN MODEL CKL36-1D I'M TRYING TO FIND OUT THE SEER RATING ON THIS MODEL.CAN ANYONE HELP?


Your going to need to know the age of the unit. If its less than 5 years old, its most likely a 13 SEER. If its anything more than 5 years old, its most likely a 10 SEER. If its anything over 10 years old, its most likely an 8 or 6 SEER.

Remember, that a unit will loose an average of 1-2 SEER for every full year of operation. This is just due to age, wear and tear, and usage.



So, if its a 10 SEER unit that is 7 years old, you could say that it is about as efficient as something in the 4-6 SEER range.

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DVD RAM DRIVE does not recognize any contents on recorder DVDs.


First, one correction. Panasonic website for parts asks $437 plus tax and shipping for replacement part for PANSONIC SA-HT1500 dvd recorder.

My solution. I opened the box and unplug and plug back cable with black tape going to HDD, and tighten cable near DVD-RAM drive. I closed the unit, connected as before, and whooala, everything is back in normal. Apparently, so connections loose over time.
So, for now, my SA-HT1500 dvd recorder works OK, and I can see all contents on recorded DVDs and DVD-RAMs, and I am able to record from and to DVDs.

I also find out that in the worst scenario, there is flat fee charge for repair in autorized Panasonic repair center. The phone number is 847-468-5543, and it is in Elgin, Illinois. You have to leave message on their answering machine, and they will call you back. There is $130 flat fee for all parts, labor and shipping. Definitely worthy compare to ridiculous price for replacement part on Panasonic website.

Jun 03, 2009 | Panasonic Televison & Video

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Panasonic SA-HT1500


Check this link. I already rresponded to this problem before. You need some "soldering" to perfom. I already have the same problem twice, those slashes are typical sign for burnt out el. capacitors.
Here is the link to read for you:

http://www.fixya.com/support/t281555-power_up

Dec 16, 2008 | Panasonic SC-HT1500 System

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How do I set the Prerecorded Greeting?


Press delete while reviewing your announcement.The system will use the prerecorded message until you record a new one.

Setting the Clock
NOTE: A flashing
"CL"
in the message window indicates that you must set the correct
day and time at the base unit.
1.
Press the TIME button. The system announces the time and day of the week,
followed by
"To set day and time, press TIME/SET."
2.Press the TIME
button. The system announces the day.
3.Press the CHANGE
button repeatedly until the system announces the correct day.
4.Press the
TIME
button to save the new setting. The system announces the setting.
5.Press the
CHANGE
button repeatedly until the system announces the correct hour.
NOTE: Be sure to select the correct time of day (e.g., 3 AM or 3 PM).
6.Press the
TIME
button to save the new setting. The system a
nnounces the minute.
7.Press
CHANGE
to advance the minutes one at a time. ­OR­ Press and hold the
CHANGE
button to advance the minutes in increments of 10.
8.Press the
TIME
button to save the new setting. The system announces the year.
9.Press CHANGE
to advance the year one at a time. ­OR­ Press and hold
CHANGE to advance the years in increments of 10. When the system announces the correct
year, press TIME
. The system announces the clock setting

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Unformat


check your compact disk if it is pirated.or just clean the dvd by the use of the lens cleaner

May 27, 2008 | Panasonic SC-HT1500 System

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Sony CDX-L480X


I had the same problem, CD not accepted by unit and pressing source button to select CD player causes unit to display reset.
Using reset button just causes unit to 'whir' for a while, problem is not solved. Firstly with unit switched off, and the ignition off I inserted a CD using some gentle force, I then inserted a second CD, forcing it in over the top of the first. Next I pressed and held the reset button for a short time before releasing it. Both CDs were ejected, when the unit had stopped I took the CDs out, replaced the front panel and turned on the ignition, The unit will now accept CDs and eject them O.K.

(This did take two attempts to get right). Seems to reset the eject status of the CD player.

Avulon

Feb 17, 2008 | Sony CDX-L480X CD Player

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Power up


I followed instructions posted at
http://vassfamily.net/projects/DMRE85H/dmre85h.html
and I opened the unit.
I unscrewed 3 black screw on back, removed two side covers, then I unscrewed 4 silver screws (2 & 2) on both sides and removed the top cover. Then I unscrewed 4 screws (those four screws that hold the silver hlder on the board - they are down, so you need to use long screwdriver.
Carefully moving & holding HDD in the silver holder (moving it only little bit up from the board to see underneath on the board), and I was able to see 2 blown capacitors (with brown stain on top). They are C1261 & C1260 caps - ELNA 680uF RJF 10V.
I did not attempt to remove silver holder with HDD totally now.
In reverse order, I screwed everything back.
I ordered parts at www.panasonic.com support page for model SC-HT1500, then choosing SA-HT1500 - Main Unit. I found those 2 same capacitors; they cost $1.89 each. Shipping & tax came higher than price of parts. I
I already have soldering iron, and I will try to replace blown capacitors by myself after receiving ordered parts.
I will post my next message after receiving parts - approx. in a week or so.

Dec 03, 2007 | Panasonic SC-HT1500 System

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