Question about LG Goldstar DM510 Cellular Phone
Am trying to record episodes of tv show recorded on dvr to vhs tape & don't have a manual to get directions
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The tape load carriage is defective or there is something in the way inside the machine....accordianman
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
Try inserting your DVD media into the PC and doing a 'quick format'. The LG is not seeing what it considers to be media that it can use. It is not seeing that you have inserted recordable media. Sometimes you can reformat the DVD or do a quick media erase, and the LG can then put on its blank "squares" that is uses for its menu selection. I think that it what it does when it 'initializes' a new media.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
I believe Viore is the same as Samsung. I only noticed this by accident as I bought a Viore TV and my friend bought a Samsung and I noticed both remotes were identical. I tried the Samsung codes and the remote worked. Good luck! Kevin
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
SOURCE: dubbing VHS to DVD
You have to go into the Home menu and select setup. At the bottom left there should be an icon that looks like a dvd disc. Select that and then go to finalize and select that to finalize the disc. After that is complete it should play on any dvd player. I had this problem and I got through to LG's customer service line and had them talk me through it. After I finalized the disc, it worked.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: LG RC195 dvd/vhs combo
Do you just get a snowy screen when you playback? I think the first thing to try is to clean the video heads. Either try a head cleaning tape, but these are not always the best thing, better still is to remove the lid & carefully using a head cleaning fluid (isopropal alcohol) & a thin piece of card or head cleaning stick (NOT a cloth), carefully & gently wipe the heads which are on the round silver drum. Do not use too much pressure or you will damage the heads, give it time to dry (couple of minutes) & then try playback.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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