Question about LG Televison & Video
What are items 9 and 10
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to finalize the disc u recorded in order to play on other dvd's. press setup, press disc, press finalize then press yes. Finalization will start, this may take some time depending on the amount to be finalized. Be patient. Good luck.
P.S If u have the manual those steps are on page's 36-37.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
VCR problem... replace the idler.
IDLER - symptoms:
THE PROBLEM - worn idler. Older VCRs have an idler that uses a rubber tire. Over the years, a slow chemical reaction occurs on the surface of the tire. This process results in a glazed surface, causing loss of traction. With a dummie cartridge you can see that the idler does engage the reel table, but if you grab the reel table with your hand, you find there is little or no torque. Without traction, the tire only slips against the reel table. If you push the idler into the reel table with your finger, it will work, but only as long as you keep your finger on it. Often all you need to do is replace the tire.
The tire can be easily removed. It's not glued or permanently fastened in any way. A small flatblade screw driver is a big help in removing the old one. In fact, you can turn it inside out and remount it that way. But since there are no treads on the inside wall and the fact the rubber has a lot of years of deterioration on it, you will be lucky to get a few months out of it. But at least you can still use your VCR in the meantime.
Newer VCRs have a gear instead of a tire. Although gears are much more reliable they still have problems. Usually becoming warped or loosing tension. The plastic retaining cap over the spring sometimes cracks. Without sufficient tension, the idler tends to get caught between the reels. This can be easily seen if you have a dummie cartridge. Gear driven idlers are one piece, so replacement involves the entire idler
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Posted on Mar 25, 2008
SOURCE: jvc dvd/vcr. combi. hr-xv20
I have the Danish version, available online at http://www.jvc.dk/files/instruction_manual/lpt0820-007c.pdf
Try looking at the local JVC site under "support" and see if it is available. Then you will get it in your own language.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
I think you have problem in DVD deck assembly the owner manual won't help you if still under warranty bring back to Samsung if out of warranty you can buy the DVD deck from Samsung and replace by yourself
Let me know if you need part number for the DVD deck
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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