Question about Wharfedale DVD-M3 DVD Player
My dvdrhd 400 will not power up either with the front button or with the remote control.
The little blue light stays on continuously but nothing else happens.
I have looked for a reset button but to no avail.
I have also tried disconnecting the power and reconnecting but again noyhing happens but the little blue light.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Place a blank DVD in the tray.
2. Go to the HDD contents list.
Press the ADD button on your remote to select the files to transfer. At the top of the screen you should see the amount of space remaining on the DVD.
3. Press the REC/DUB button to start recording.
4. Once finished, go the DVD contents list. Press the UP button to go to the topmost screen. Press the RIGHT button to get the menu and select FINALISE to close the DVD.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
SOURCE: Wharfedale dvdrhd400 problems
posted by msladsy on Dec 21, 2007
When the initial set up ran for the DVD recorder it set the correct time and, I assume, the correct date.
However, I had problems with the display and went through various settings until I solved the display problem.
Unfortunately, during the process, which included disconnecting the power, the clock was reset, starting at midnight and 1st January. There appears to be no way to access the clock.
How do I get the recorder to display the correct date/time?
Comment by msladsy, posted on Dec 21, 2007
This solution may work for other Wharfedale DVD recorders as well as the DVDRHD400F.
Use your Setup button to acces the 'Setup' menu.
Choose the 'Preferences' menu.
Choose 'Factory Defaults' and click on 'OK'.
The recorder will restore the factory defaults and the first screen it takes you too is the 'Initial Setup' screen where it asks you to enter the correct date and time.
Comment by msladsy, posted on Dec 22, 2007
May work on similar dvd recorders. Would help if Wharfedale included this in their users manual.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
Our problem was that we could not get picture on the tv screen but it got sound.We tried to solve it using different techniques like the setup,video source,function keys pressed on remote control by trial(only assumed) and error as we could not see the screen and I used scart with every conection but three point pin was free so I put only one pin in video out put and at that moment I could see the picture on tv.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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