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Panasonic dmres10 dvd recorder showing ' x hold '

On powering up from stand by the display reads 'x hold' pressing any other button on machine or remote has no effect at all. please help!!!

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Re: panasonic dmres10 dvd recorder showing ' x hold '

This is the child lock feature, to stop unwanted use of the unit. Using your remote control, hold down 'enter' and 'return' until a message is displayed.

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