Question about Panasonic DMR-ES10 DVD Recorder
this unit has an optical-eye, not recording heads. opening the drawer then unplugging unit will expose the eye. never look into the eye when unit has power. this x-ray can and will burn your owh eyes lens&retina. good luck. clean with 90% isopropyl alcohol and q-tip. mch
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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You can, indeed! It is probably made by Thompson, so try codes 10, 15 or 44: while pressing the power button on the remote, enter the appropriate code. Test to see if it works by trying to change channels with the remote. If no joy, try another code. If no joy with any code, come back to me and we can try to identify your TV model and take it from there.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
I think the board of your DVD player/Recorder is defective, that's why it's behaving this way. Usually, a DVD player has a board in it that controls the whole unit. Once this board is defective, it would make the player to malfunction. When you turn on such player, it won't respond to any control.
Excess power entering into the unit usually is the cause of this type of problem. Too much voltage may have entered into the board and this can cause the player to malfunction. This is why it is always advise-able to use a step down with your DVD player/Recorder.
At this point, I would suggest you take the player to a repairman to fix the problem for you. I don't think this is a problem you can fix yourself as it requires a professional touch. This problem has gone beyond removing unplugging the unit for hours or days.
I hope you understand the above.
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
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