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How to stop a DVD recording and restart it at the place at a later date

When playing a recorded TV show (using a DVD-RW) and want to stop it before it is over and want to play it at a later date from where I stopped it. The Manual(on p.7 under Playback) tells me to press STOP and the stopped position is memorized, but it doesn't tell me what to do next to restart where I stopped it. Can you help?

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  • harvardplace Jun 01, 2009

    Thank you, but your advice didn't help. I rechecked the menu and the operating instructions booklet. There is no way to turn this function on or off. The booklet states:"Press STOP; the stopped position is memorized. (resume play function)" Indeed the unit stops ok, but if I turn the machine off, the next day the recoded program starts all over agan from the beginning , not from the place where I stopped it. Any more suggestions?

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This feature can be turned off and on in some models so check the menu (and book?) to see if it can be turned on.
it memorises it, it should go back to that place it last was stopped with all the ones i've scene

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