Question about Televison & Video
Connected via scart good picture but no sound mute no turned on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With the indulgence of Mrvica, it would seem you posted the same concern twice. Here is a link to your other post with responses from xx and this responder.
Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post again should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
SOURCE: Total lock up
The reason your dvd recorder keeps self checking is because there is a faulty regulator on the power board.
I have listed full instructions on how to fix this, but you will need to be able to use a soldering iron and exercise care. Alternatively you may be able to pass the instructions to someone who can repair it for you.
Do not listen to anyone telling you the laser is faulty, DVD drive unit is kaput, it requires firmware, software or any other useless upgrade, or that Panasonic will do it for the price of a small car! It is easy to fix..
I won't repeat the instructions here but if you look at my profile and search my DMR E55 solutions you will find it.
The regulator gets very hot during normal operation and it will eventually fail on all DMR E55s after a couple of years or so.
It was probably on its last legs and when you put the lead back in, you probably didn't disconnect the plug from your power socket and this caused a power surge which has finally killed it.
If you know what you're doing it's an easy fix.
It definitely does not need a software reboot.
I would be reluctant to use it again until it has been fixed because if the regulator overheats further, it could short circuit and cause other components to fail which would make the repair more difficult.
To check to see if there is a disc inside, unplug the unit from the mains, remove the two large silver screws, one on each side, then the three black screws on the back of the lid which can then be easily removed.
Next, remove the four small phillips screws that hold the top cover on the dvd drive. This is a large black plastic cover in the middle of the unit. The cover can then be taken off and disc removed if there is one inside. DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING ELSE. replace the cover and screws, then repair the unit.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
SOURCE: I am connecting a Technika
Make sure that the proper input is selected on the TV. Also, check to be sure that the correct output is activated on the DVD. I'm not familiar with the Technika brand so verify the output selection in the owner's manual.
If those selections are correct, try connecting to the standard AV input using the Red/White/Yel cable connection.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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