Question about Samsung DVD-VR375 DVD Recorder/VCR
Samsung VCR-DVD connected properly but unable to record or watch recorded programs> The technician did it once but I forgot how he did it. I need written instructions! Thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dvd connection to cable
Connect cable on combo player cable in post to time warner cable box cable out post. and connect the combo player to TV with audio and video patch cords.
Posted on May 23, 2008
I have managed to get a solution to this now. I have a region 4 as in Australia so depending on where you are you'll need to try the correct region. It worked for me first time. Point 4/ below my region code appeared in the top right corner for a couple of seconds not the top left! Once you've completed below turn the machine on again and stick in one of the dvds that would not work before.
1/Turn machine on without disc inside
2/Press menu button
3/Enter region code (See below for list)
4/A highlighted 'region area number' will appear in the upper left corner (some players)
5/Press 9 to change the region number to multi-regional
6/Turn machine off
R1 - 29334
R2 - 38767 or, 5 7 5 3 8
R3 - 56732
R4 - 76884
R5 - 53814
R6 - 24462
Posted on Sep 19, 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
If you are using DVD-R media, you can record in either V or VR mode. What is confusing is that if you try to format the media, you only have the choice of VR mode -- and this mode is very well understood by other dvd players, some other records do understand it. This mode has much better editing capability, but poor compatibility. If you want compatibility, use the V mode. The trick is that to do that, you don't format it! V mode is the default and does not require formatting. The owners manual says that, but too well hidden if you ask me
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
you can go to samsung.com and on the top right corner there's a search box, go ahead and type in your model number and you are going to get 3 results. click on the 3rd link that says downloads and user manual. from there it will take you to the download center and you will see that you can download manual from a pdf file usinf adobe acrobat reader. or you can call samsung directly to have them send you one by mail.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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