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Reduce heat in the system

How can i install a cooling fan in the panasonic ES15

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There is certainly enough room inside the box to fit a fan, but I would not advise doing so unless you are an electronics expert. If you were, I suspect you would not be asking the question!

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Shows please wait and then it keeps showing u 61. and clicks.


U61 is a common error code for this model of Panasonic DVD recorders. The DMR-ES15 is a 2006 model, and was known for faults. It quite possibly does not have a cooling fan inside it (this would be in later models to help keep the digital process board cool during disc operation); therefore the electronics overheat, even if the user provides adequate ventilation for the unit.

There could be a number of different factors which may produce such an error:

a dirty or faulty laser assembly;
an internal fault on the digital PCB;
a power supply issue - involving (but not limited to) several faulty components (including electrolytic capacitors);
a firmware issue;
a faulty DVD drive

(in other words, the actual cause may differ between machines but give the same symptoms, depending on the model)

I believe the most likely source of the error lies within the PSU, and it has affected the microprocessor during startup. This may not be economical to repair due to the age of the recorder.

You can submit this appliance to an authorised Panasonic service centre (regardless of whether it is under warranty or not), get a quote and a second opinion on the likely cause and repair/parts cost(s), then you can decide what to do from there; it's up to you.

Mar 14, 2011 | Panasonic DMRES15 DVD Recorder

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Hello! I have a problem with a Panasonic DMR-ES15 DVD recorder. I have an error code E61. I tried all the solutions manual but did not work. I can not use it either as player or as a recorder. reset have a...


Hello.
I had a similar problem with my DMR-ES15 a little over 2 years ago, and, I too, could not find a solution. I resorted to sending it off to Panasonic for their 'out of warrantee' repair, for a hefty price. (I could have bought new, but really liked the features of the ES15.) Panasonic repaired it, and it worked well for another 2 years. Just recently, 3 weeks ago, it died it's second death, with the same issue. I wish I had a solution for both of us, but it seems it is a failure which cannot be repaired by the consumer. I had seen a previous post, which has a suggestion of looking for '2 failed capacitors', but no other information, not even where these capacitors are located in the machine. I enterd a post myself, but have received so solutions/suggestions, and I don't even see my post on this site anymore. I'm a little disappointed with 'Fixya'...
If I find any new information, I'll be sure to post it.

Feb 03, 2011 | Panasonic DMRES15 DVD Recorder

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Panasonic DMR ES15 remote stopped working with dvd/recorder...


Try holding enter button and 1 together on the r/c for at least 3 secs

Sep 30, 2009 | Panasonic DMRES15 DVD Recorder

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Problem with Panasonic DVD Recorder DMR-ES15 We have a Panasonic DVD Recorder DMR-ES15 that we have used successfully for quite a while now that has ALL OF A SUDDEN quit recognizing ANY disc. We are in the...


With a soft cloth, clean the 'hole' area of a DVD that you know worked in the past. Sometimes oils from our fingers get on the disc and then the disk can't spin properly. If the problem persists, open the case and look for two failed capacitors. (See similar solutions on this website.)

Apr 01, 2009 | Panasonic DMRES15 DVD Recorder

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The cooling fan is not working on my dvd player


Panasonic Fans on Burners are not always on they are temp. set meaning when the temp. reaches a certain heat index fan kicks on now you may open the unit and manually turn the fan if it has resistance or a scratching noise then the bearings might have dried and needs fan replaced

Nov 21, 2008 | Panasonic DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Panasonic dmr es15 dvd recorder


My Panasonic Recorder DMR-ES10, will not play discs sent to me from the U/K,
using a L.G dr275 recorder, onto a DVD+R disc, how can i overcome this problem. regards Tom Escott.

Aug 30, 2008 | Panasonic DMR-ES10 DVD Recorder

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Panasonic DMR ES15, cannot record coywrighted vhs tapes onto dvd.


Try this:

If you have another VCR system (Master) you can connect it from the master to the Panasonic DMR ES15 (slave). Insert the copyrighted tape onto the master VCR system and insert a empty VHS tape on the slave system. In the slave, record from the master. When done, you can record from the videotape you have made from the master tape, to the DVD recorder.

If you still have problems, please contact the manufacturer of this model.

Aug 03, 2008 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Pan. DMR-ES15 I WILL NOT RECOGNIZE ANY DISC I PUT IN. WILL NOT PLAY A COMMERCIAL DVD MOVIE. SEEMS TO HAVE STARTED WHEN IT COULDN'T FINALIZE A RECORDED DISC. HOW TO RESET?

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