Question about Samsung DVD-VR375 DVD Recorder/VCR
I DUBBED a dvd on the samsung, but it is not recognized on other dvd players
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: doesn't read dvd's
This problem is down to failure of the laser and an only be solved by replacing it. Samsung are aware of this fault but will only offer a free replacement if the unit is still covered by it's warranty.
They do offer a replacement service but charge £94 for it.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Heating issue. If you remove the cover and touch the processor chip - you will not be able to keep your finger there for more than a second (that is if your really want to use this crude method to test the temp).
I have taken measurement and its around 50C. Thats a lot for no heatsink or cooling fan.
If you have the unit in a cabinet with no air flow - you will not be able to use this unit for more than 3 months and up to a year. Best to have it on top of a cabinet or in one with an open front and back to allow some airflow - or just anywhere where its in the open.
Samsung has another unit - the AR650, which I believe is discontinued - which for some strange reason has realized this concern. My guess its a whole different team of designers (or at least some folks with some brains) and added a cooling fan into the unit. Its the same exact case and motherboard as the 135, and 155. There are absolutely no issues with it rejecting disc's - even after a year of use for some users.
Solution 1 - Place it in the open
Solution 2 - Remove case and drill holes to the topside
Solution 3 - Remove case and add a fan
Solution 4 - Remove case and add a heatsink over proc (will still need to drill holes over heatsink..
Solution 5 - We can all complain to Samsung and have them recall the units
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
If you are using DVD-R media, you can record in either V or VR mode. What is confusing is that if you try to format the media, you only have the choice of VR mode -- and this mode is very well understood by other dvd players, some other records do understand it. This mode has much better editing capability, but poor compatibility. If you want compatibility, use the V mode. The trick is that to do that, you don't format it! V mode is the default and does not require formatting. The owners manual says that, but too well hidden if you ask me
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
SOURCE: SAMSUNG DVD RECORDXER 120
Do you mean rso on the payer? You should have a button on the front of the dvd maked rso, press this three times to cancel the rso,it should then play.I hope this helps. Jamie
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
You have to "Finalize" the disc before it will play on other units. Go to Disc Menu, Second choice listed(not in front of it right now) Selections to right will offer disc Finalize. Say YES.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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