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What is the meaning of error code 3 in a dr570ku dvd recorder?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ERROR CODES
If you are trying to record from a vhs tape to a dvd, first of all you'll need to buy only 1x-8x dvd-r dvds. You can find the 4x or 8x on ebay. This recorder has a problem with the up to 16x. Put the DVD-R in and let it load. Put the videotape in. Press play on the videotape side - not dubbing but play - and let the videotape play for 6-10 seconds and THEN press the dubbing button. If you have somewhat of a lead-in on the videotape you won't lose anything. At most otherwise you'll lose 6-10 seconds. If the error code comes up, rewind the tape, and start again. Letting the videotape run for a bit first before pressing dubbing seems to prevent this problem, at least for me, and I was getting the error code every time.
Posted on May 26, 2008
1. Press the Open button on your remote control to open the drive tray
2. Press the 2 button on your remote control
3. Press the 4 button on your remote control
4. Press the 0 button on your remote control
5. Press the 3 button on your remote control
6. Press the 9 button on your remote control
7. Press the 6 button on your remote control
8. Press the 0 button on your remote control
9. Press the Enter button on your remote control to change the region to 1 for region 1, 2 for region 2, and so on, or 9 for multi-region playback
10. Press the Open button on your remote control to close the drive tray
11. Power off the DVD player
12. Power on the DVD player
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
I was advised to try another make of blank discs. I bought Sony discs & they worked ok. I had been using supermarket own brand.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Number SE-R0265 is not a Player. It is the model number of the Remote Control for a player.
However, your question is somewhat generic for all Player/Recorders. First you must use good original manufactures DVD media for recording. TY (Taiyo Yuden) is the Toshiba recommended media in many of its manuals. Verbatim and Fuji are also very good. They are more expensive, but very much worth the extra cost in reliability and headaches. Also, some older recorders will have trouble recording/playing back/finalizing newer 8X or 16X faster media. Try to by 4X and slower media if you are having problems, even with the three recommended above.
Second, DVD-R or R/W media has to be 'Finalized' before it can play on other recorders. DVD media do not. Try using DVD media if you continue to have trouble. Also, there are two recording/format types you can choose to record with on your DVDR Recorder, Video and VR, on -R/W media. Video is automatic Video format only on DVD media and do not need to be formatted (I think) before use or finalized after done recording.
If you are still having trouble using -R/W DVDs on other players, Try DVD DVDs in Video Format.
Finally, Toshiba is know for DVD media sensitivity. Many of their recorders have Firmware upgrades. Be sure you have the latest by looking in your manual to find your Firmware Version, then check out Toshiba's support site for any upgrades. But, start with good media, finalizing -R/W media, using Video disc format, then using DVD media, in this order.
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
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