Every time i turn on my player, it starts to load for under two seconds and then completly turns itself off. I turn it on agian and the same thing repeats. Any ideals or help? I have tried unplugging it, and tightning all cords in and out of the player. What is happening?
Hello, with this problem, it's no-doubt that thereis a problem with the circuits or electronics. Most likely you have faulty cables externally or internally, or you may have a short circuit, which is when electricity is taking an 'easier route', when the electricity should be going through the whole machine. Try cleaning any connections between internally and externally. But sometimes, things ar very simple, so first, make sure that the player is firmly and properly plugged in to the power supply.
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If I understand your (very brief) problem correctly, the problem is that when you turn on your TV or DVD player, it takes a while to show anything. If the time is less than a minute for a dvd player, or less than ten seconds for turning the TV on itself, then this actually isn't a problem. Modern TVs and various other tech often take several seconds to turn on, and that may be the only 'problem' you're experiencing. It's an unfortunate fact of modern life. Things take a little while to start up sometimes. If the time for the TV is in excess of about thirty seconds, or the time for a DVD/Bluray/whatever player is more than five minutes... Well, then it could be a problem, but I'm afraid I'd need more information than you've provided.
This unit is confused. The timing may be messed up. Try unplugging the unit for 1/2 hour. This will force a system reset and make the unit go through a complete startup check/reset. This may clear it up. If not, hopefully the symptoms will change slightly. Please post the results of the "reset".
I had the same problem.
1. check that the disk region is the same as you unit ( it is the global of the world on the CD has a number in the middle, now check the back of your player. They must be same region.
2. Turn the unit on
3.Press the power button and hold for 10 Seconds
3. Turn the unit back on, wait for the time to display.
4. unplug the unit and leave unpluged for 30 seconds
5. plug the unit back in and turn it on, the time should not display should be blank.
6. Unit should go into startup wizard like it is being started for the the very first time. follow the prompts.
7. In the setup menue, I believe it is under disc settings, select set to factory settings.
Once I completed these, I put the netflix movie back in and it now runs,
I had similar trouble & searched web & found answer. Caused by PSU (power supply unit) overheating. IC STR-G6353 was problem. Panasonic repair agent wanted $60 Aust. for one but found in electronic spare parts shop & cost $11 Aust. I replaced it myself & now works like new. Pls go to web site http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=316972&page=9
This will show the problem & how to fix. regards
VCR is set with blank tape..Bring up vcr control on TV with television set on Chanel #3, go to menu
Follows procedure for progamming date,time start,time finish,chanel and.speed and single recording.finally click on menu and turn vcr off. Vcr lights indicate set for taping,,.Does no start to tape at requested time and lights indication taping ready stays on ??????