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Panasonic VCR Displays "REP"

My Panasonic PV-V4524S is displaying "REP" where it normally displays PLAY, REW or FFD. What does "REP" mean?

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  • Trucker0001 Apr 02, 2009

    I have the same problem and am at whits end to try and stop it. I get descriptive voice over and it's driving me nuts.

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Press "Action" on your remote control. Go to "Play repeats" and turn it off. "Play" will then replace "Rep" on your display.

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