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The clock on my Philips DVDR3575/37 jumps 20 years into future

I have (2) Philips DVDR3575/37 and they both cant keep the correct time. They both jump into the future 10 to 20 years and are the same on both machines. Is there a solution for this, Philips has stoped making DVDRs theis solution is to give my money back but I want my DVDRs, is there a way to flash the bios? by using the usb port?

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  • larryvw1 Jun 25, 2009

    Thanks

    Are you saying that I can flash the bios, if so where do I get this and how is it done. or are you saying that the solution is as easy as changing the battery?

  • larryvw1 Jun 28, 2009

    Thank you very much for you help (avid101)

    Unfortunately I can not find the links that you are referring to

    Would it be possible for you to post links to the battery replacement and to the solution to the clock malfunction

    I have opened my unit and do not see the battery it must be under a circuit board or something any help would be very much appreciated

  • larryvw1 Jul 01, 2009

    I just realized that my unit is not a DVDR3575/37
    but a DVDR3576/37 I hope this dose not make to much of a difference

  • larryvw1 Jul 06, 2009

    I found the solution on another board from "Dartman"

    You probably have the auto clock turned on and it's finding the wrong channel to set itself with.
    You can turn that feature of then it will loose or gain time according to how accurate your individual time chip is.
    Also that unit only gets the time signal from analog stations and if your in the USA those were shut down the 24th of June, if your on cable they MIGHT still be working as most still carry some networks on a small analog basic section.
    Try this place and thread, more then you want to know about that machine. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthrea...

    I tried this and it worked.

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Yes you could but you need to replace the battery inside the unit to make it keep time it's the same as the batteries for mother boards.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

  • Bruce Hathcock Jun 25, 2009

    go tot his web site do a history search and parts lookup for the battery and the fixhttp://www.bing.com/search?q=Philips+Ele...

  • Bruce Hathcock Jun 28, 2009

    I will be glad to do so but it will have to be moday before I get the info as it was him that was telling me about it.

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