Question about Panasonic PT-47WXD63 47 in. Rear Projection Television
I have a Proline LVD198W and the DVD does not work when a disc is inserted into the drive. This is the second time this is happening and it is now out of warranty.
Please can you advise what I can do or where I can get this repaired. I live in Hertfordshire. A mate of mine said to buy a DVD cleaner this may solve the problem. Thanks in anticipation of your response. Toks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Plays CDs but not DVDs
Melisha, I had a similiar problem. Go into the onscreen menu with the remote using the "ACTION" button on the bottom left of the remote. Using the arrow keys in the center of the remote, move to the menu for the audio processing. It will have menu items for DTS, Dolby Digital etc. Change the menu parameters for the "Down conversion" to "yes", get out of the menu mode and see if your DVD works again. If not, make sure there is no DVD or CD in the player, and press the "open/close", "pause" and the double left pointing arrow buttons all at the same time for about 5 seconds until the display on the DVD player says "INITIALIZE". This resets your machine. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Mar 22, 2007
SOURCE: DMR-EZ48V- DVD drive not working
Check Panasonic.com for Firmware updates. If it has a reset button reset it. Take off the cover remove dust and lint, also clean laser eye with rubbing alcohol. DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE LASER LENS IF YOU PLUG IT IN, DURING THE OPERATION.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Sorry but the 'NoRead' error is usually the result of the DVD-RAM drive failing or it has failed, in which case a replacement drive is the only solution - $450 for a new drive - plus labour on top = more than the whole unit is worth new. Not only that, but the service agents will probably need to upgrade and reconfigure software as well, then there is the prolonged and exhaustive soak-testing...
I believe for similar money, you could get a Panasonic DMR-EZ48V with 24 month (or optional extended warranty - extra 3-4 years) on all parts and labour (compared to spending the same on repairs to your EZ47V) or you could save those pennies and invest in perhaps a better more reliable brand and model of DVD recorder (if that's what you want to use). You could also try (for zero cost) a cleaning and checking procedure (if unit is not under warranty) found within FixYa and similar websites. Good luck in your venture!
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
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