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Premature stopping The unit stops premature.It don't seem to matter at what the rec mode speed is set at.And am having trouble finalizing the discs.

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After dubbing from vhs to dvd, the dubbed dvd is placed into a PC but it comes up saying the dvd is blank..We used a dvd+R dvd. Any ideas?

First did you finalize the disc after dubbing? When the DVD/VCR recorder is in stop mode, press Menu and navigate to Disc Settings > Disc Finalize and select Finalize and press Enter. Select OK and then Enter again. (Navigate the menus with the up/down arrows followed by pressing enter. Use the right/left arrows to highlight an option.)

If the disc was finalized, try a different brand of DVD+R or a DVD-R disc. I've seen some DVD recorders that don't work well with some brands or types of discs. (The same can happen with computers - burning a coaster.)

The manual is available here: .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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I would like to make a copy from my video tape to a DVD How do I do it?

Turn on the TV and set it to the video source to be able to easily see the menus as you set up the dubbing process. Put the source tape you want to record in the VCR. (Copy protected tapes will not be dubbed.) If you want to avoid dubbing from the DVD to the VHS tape, remove the erase protection tab from the cassette. Put a compatible recordable disc (non-finalized disc, unprotected disc) in the recorder and make sure there is sufficient available capacity on the disc.

Press Rec Mode/Speed to set the speed (SP, LP, SLP, or XP). Press DVD/VCR and set the unit to VCR mode. Confirm the mode with the indicator light on the unit. Press Dubbing and the mode should switch to DVD automatically. Select Yes (with the left/right arrows) and press Enter to start the duplication. The unit should indicate the VCR playback, dub and DVD recording are in progress. Press Stop to halt the dubbing process or it will stop when the unit reached the end of the tape or the disc is full.

The dubbing button is only on the remote control; if your original remote isn't working make sure that your replacement remote has the feature. often has exact or substitute remotes with the matching features. Search just by the model number not the brand.

BTW: the manual is available here: .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Nov 11, 2010 | Sansui VRDVD4005 DVD Player/VCR

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Is there a way to record something on a dvd from the tv?

Which model do you have? Some of the GoVideo DVD/VCR units are only DVD players so you can only record to the VHS tape. If you have a DVD writer version, you may find it tedious but doable. First load the blank DVD and set the Disc Record mode (you will see an on-screen prompt) for VR (this lets you do more editing of the video) or Video (this choice is compatible with more players). Then set the REC Mode by pressing that button repeatedly (SP (2 hours per disc), LP or XP(1 hour per disc). For one-touch recording (recording the current program that you are receiving on the device), select your Channel and Audio track then press REC. If you press REC several times, you will set when the recording stops. Otherwise it will not end until you press STOP.

For timed recording, press Timer Record. Then go through all the items to set the DVD recording information. Record mode, Channel, start and stop times. The left and right arrows let you change menu sections and the up down scroll through the settings. Press Enter to save the programmed recording. Then press Return. Make sure blank media (or with enough room for the programmed item) is in the machine. On some units, you will need to turn off the machine for the Timed Recording to work.

For recording from external sources, press Input instead of Channel.

For any recording, leave a bit of extra space on the disc to Finalize the DVD if you will want to play the disc on other players.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Aug 15, 2010 | GoVideo Go Video DVD/VCR Combo

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How do I select the recording speed "SP" mode on my Panasonic DMR-E55 DVD recorder

1 Press [< OPEN/CLOSE] on the main
unit to open the tray and insert a disc.
≥Press the button again to close the tray.
2 Press [W X CH] to select the channel.
To select with the numbered buttons:
3 Press [REC MODE] to select the
recording mode (XP, SP, LP or EP).
4 Press [¥ REC] to start recording.
Recording will take place on open space on disc. Data will not
be overwritten.
≥You cannot change the channel or recording mode during
≥[RAM] You can change the audio being received by pressing
[AUDIO] during recording. (Does not affect the recording of

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Sansui VRDVD 4005 Recorder

I've had this problem myself and a list of others. FYI, I've found it easier to use dvd-rw discs
for any mistakes you might make. Use Video mode (not VR mode) if you want to watch them
on a Computer or other DVD again and you have to Finalize disc. As for your problem, if all
else is okay, try removing your disc and unplugging the unit. I've done this numerous times
for odd reasons something wasn't working right. I'm not sure how long you have to keep it
unplugged. Try 10 minutes and you'll have to wait 30 minutes or more if you want the clock
to sync up on its own but you can set the clock manually. I've done this for a blinking
REC light in the VCR mode after trying the TIMER REC button.(it shouldn't be blinking
when the unit's working properly) This gets to be a pain and I've had to do this sometimes
2 days later or 6 months later. It's not a perfect unit. By the way, if times an issue, reset the
clock manually as soon as it starts blinking. This will cut your reset down to 11-12 minutes.
Hope this helps.

Sep 09, 2008 | Sansui VRDVD4005 DVD Player/VCR

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Stops recording discs

certain discs will be ok then when u record something then try an play it it says th words no read then takes ages to get it out of th machine

Feb 25, 2008 | Samsung DVD-R4000 DVD Recorder

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Record dvd

1. Make sure the dv-camcorder is properly connected
2. Press INPUT repeatedly to select the external
input to record from.
• AV1: Audio/Video Input mounted on back
• AV2: Audio/Video Input mounted on front
3. Load a recordable disc.
4. Set a recording mode as necessary by pressing
REC MODE repeatedly.
DVD: XP, SP, LP or EP.
5. Press the REC button once to start recording.
The REC indicator lights in the display window.
6. Press STOP (x) to stop recording.

Nov 14, 2007 | Insignia IS-DVD1001 DVD Recorder/VCR

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from the manual:
turn on tv & set to video input mode. REMOVE erase protection tab from tape. Load tape & DVD. THEN ON YOUR REMOTE:
1. press DVD (DVD indicator lights up).
2. Press REC MODE/SPEED & choose your speed.
3. Press VCR (VCR indicator lights up)
4. press DUBBING
5. select YES
6. to stop dubbing, press STOP
good luck!

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