Wharfedal DVDR24HD160F has died screen display error messge E1000
Our Wharfedale is just over a year old and has only been used to record from the TV (and not that often) went to use it the other day when removing from stand by I receive the above meassage on the screen E-1000 - we have replaced the HDMI cable, attempted to restore factory settings but the unit just freezes - can I do anything to rescue this or should it just go in the bin with a mental reference not to buy this brand again??
Re: Wharfedal DVDR24HD160F has died screen display error...
Mine did the same. After lots of years of trouble free use. Eventually found the problem to be on the Power Supply Board. In my case it was Capacitor C112 that was faulty. It is a 2200uF 16v Electrolytic. Hope this helps
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Sadly, it's probably not cost-effective to repair this TV. The prices of large screen TVs are constantly falling, so my advice is to replace it with a newer model and sell the Wharfedale as faulty on eBay.
If you press HDMI button on remote you get a blank screen (but the DVD still has sound) Press it again and nothing appears to happen (although apparently the DVD is switching to another mode) Press
the button yet again and WAIT (I counted to 10!) then the DVD reverts
back to AV or whatever you call "normal" tv and everything is OK again!
(on some models you might have to press the HDMI button a fourth time
but the message is to wait a bit for the DVD introductory screen to
appear - it does not happen instantly)