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I had a similar problem: Found two failed electrolytic capacitors on the powersupply of the DMR unit
(One was 1000 microF, the other 2200 microF) Can tell by the tops being slightly bulged out instead of being flat.
Replaced them, now unit is as new.
the remote supplied do not do it.you will need the remote for dmr61 that is updated with the function.i can supply you one brand new for £12 including delivery.i can send you the picture so that you can see the difference yourself.
I have the same problem. I have been in contact with Jamo Denmakr and Norway. They are aware of the problem. There are two issues/answers: 1 If the DVD your're playing has scratches reading error accumulate and then audio sync problems occur. (My meaning is lo quality DVD drive). You might overcome this by reburning the divx file to a new disc to avoid read errors. 2 The DVD drive itself is defective and should be replaced. Warranty should cover this of course. I do receive my DMR-61 this week after DVD drive change. I hope this will fix it...but I don't believe so. Crossing my fingers.
I think we're on about the same model here. I found that holding down the "Source" button whilst switching on the power at the mains would temperorly solve this issue. However, it would be nice to switch it on normally.