Question about Toshiba DVR620 DVD Recorder/VCR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Timer Recording
This is from the KR10 manual. Hope it helps.
1. Set the clock before setting a timer.
2. Insert a recordable disc with enough space.
1. Press [TIMER PROG] on the remote
2. Use up/down arrows to select "New Program" then press [ENTER]
3.Use up/down arrows to enter the date, then press right arrow
4. Use the arrow keys to enter the start and end time, then press right arrow key.
5. Use the up/down arrows to select the external input position to which your cable/satellite box is connected, then press [right arrow]
6. Use the up/down arrows to select a recording mode.
7. Press [ENTER] when all items are entered.
8. Press red [I/O ON STANDBY] to set a timer programming.
DO NOT FORGET THIS LAST STEP! The timers will not work if the recorder is not in standby mode.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
if you are using a cable box / converter dvd-r and tv must be on ch 3.............
okay you dont have a cable box the tv is set to ch 3....the dvd-r, set up, initial settings and change cable to air...........then channel setting auto (scans all channels except HBO)...now you able to look at a dvd, record your show (s)
feel free to rate if helpful
Posted on May 27, 2009
It sounds like the programs are copy protected. I've had the problem with an E 27 error, but I've had success with recording other programming.
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
The timer and the schedule memory (and its activation) are kept active by the power source of the unit. In your case the source is no longer delivering the stable voltage the memory circuit and the processor needs to keep the data stored and processed - a sign that the source has aged and its components, mainly the filtering capacitors, will have to be replaced by a repair shop. You must take the unit to one, there is nothing else you can do to it.
Posted on Jul 03, 2011
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