Question about Panasonic DMR-EZ47V DVD Recorder/VCR
On this model you must hook-up a antenna or cable to ant input and start with first time setup and wait 24 hrs with the power off for it to gather guide information. I Have a setup guide or go to Panasonics website at www.panasonic.com/dvdhelp/ you must also connect the video out to video in on your tv.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
The automatic time setting from a cable or satellite provider may no longer be available to you. It was previously provided by TVGOS by embedding a time signal in the analog RF signal of participating channels. Unfortunately the TVGOS service was discontinued several years ago when analog broadcasting ended.
To set the Date and Time manually using the remote control while stopped:
Press Up or Down Arrow to select "Other Functions" then press [ENTER]
Press Up or Down Arrow to select "Setup" then press [ENTER]
Press Up or Down Arrow to select "Setup" then press Right Arrow
Press Up or Down Arrow to select "Clock Settings" then press [ENTER]
Press Up or Down Arrow to select "Set Clock Manually" then press [ENTER]
Press Right or Left Arrow to select the Date and Time digits, Time Zone, and Daylight Savings Time (DST).
Press Up or Down Arrow to change to the digit, Time Zone, and DST settings.
Repeat for each Date and Time digit, and Time Zone.
When done, Press [ENTER] to start the DVR clock at the chosen date/time - preferably synchronized when the minute changes in the time displayed from your cable or satellite provider for best accuracy.
Press [RETURN], then [FUNCTIONS], then [FUNCTIONS] again to leave the setup menus.
The time may drift slowly and lose accuracy in a week or two, so it may be necessary to repeat the above procedure periodically for best accuracy.
The Daylight Savings Time rules have changed since this DVR was manufactured, so I recommend setting DST to OFF and adjusting the time manually when needed.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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