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You fix it by returning it to the guy who bought it and getting your money back. Call eBay customer service. If it is too late, tell me more. Does the disc go right in and then right out? Does it try to read it first?
h Boy! I think you've been swindled. You can call your police dept. to report it.
They can contact ebay here...
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This is an interestinfg read.. If not directly related to your experience, it may help you understand why you NEVER send money outside of the system.
I assume you got it in 2007 since the DVD player wasn't invented until the late 1993 - early 1994 timeframe. You're out of luck because initially when it did not work and you returned it for another one, you should have gotten your money back instead. It's kind of a given that if two machines do not work that something is wrong with the model. Instead of sending it off and losing more money, you should have either returned it or online auctioned it and received some if not all of your money back. I apologize for being so blunt but when something doesn't work the day out of the new box, something is definately wrong. Accept the fact that you bought a defective DVD player/recorder and move on. Just be more careful - read customer reviews and do your research. Sorry but this is the nicest to-the-point answer you're going to get.
If you have another VCR system (Master) you can connect it from the master to the Panasonic DMR ES15 (slave). Insert the copyrighted tape onto the master VCR system and insert a empty VHS tape on the slave system. In the slave, record from the master. When done, you can record from the videotape you have made from the master tape, to the DVD recorder.
If you still have problems, please contact the manufacturer of this model.