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Panasonic DMR EH75V - no channel guide after power went out

Our power went out in the ice storm and now the dvd recorder won't search for the channels. Due to this, I can't record anything or use the guide. Any suggestions?

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Since there was power failure , the settings( channel guide) that u had programmed has got earsed completly & u will have to reprogram (memorise)them
this has happened because there is a small capacitor(looks like a small battery) which keeps the memory has lost its charge & needs to be replaced.its job is to store the details in case of power failure!!!

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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