Question about Sony RDR-GX300 DVD Recorder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I am having this same problem. It seemed to clear up on its own at first, but it has since returned. It seems to occur most often after the TV has been on for a couple of hours. I contacted Sony Tech cupport and they recommend having the set serviced. I haven't yet, since it seemed to "fix itself," but now that the issue has resurfaced I'm likely to take it in unless someone has a suggestion as to what is causing it, and how to resolve it.
Posted on Aug 12, 2006
Your X button may be bad. The X button is the button that confirms these changes. If you press X and nothing happens, it may be broken.
Try removing the battery and putting it back in. If this does not help, chances are, your X button is no longer functional.
You can send the PSP back to Sony to have it fixed, they charge like $89 or you can send it to a company like the following which charges around $30 to fix something like that:
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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