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I have unplugged the machine, left it for ten minutes and plugged it in again. This did not sort out the problem.
I guess it will depend on where the timer recording list is kept. Memory or Hard Drive.
These machines often have an internal battery (or capacitor) to keep the date & time correct. Did the date or time need reentering when you turned it back on?
There may be a key sequence to reset this. See Manual.
Can the internal Hard Drive be formatted using the internal software. Basically like formatting a computer Hard Drive
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
You can only record 32 items. A series of programs (or a single program) count as one item. Series that have expired also count towards the overall 32 limit, so you will need to delete the "dead" series that have expired. Series links will last for 13 weeks after the final episode has been broadcast, so it is easy to reach that 32 limit. You can delete old (dead) series by pressing return to get back to normal TV (i.e. away from the navigator or guide) and then press the Prog/Check button on the remote control. This brings up a list of all recordings and you can delete the expired series, thus freeing up one or more of the 32 limit count. When you delete an expired series, it does not ask for confirmation.
Posted on Dec 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This problem is associated with a regulator on the power board. It's an easy fix if you can use a soldering iron.
If not you may be able to get someone to repair it for you. I have posted instructions on how to replace the defective component.
Please note the instructions I have given refer to the DMR E55 but the E95H is much the same.
To see my earlier posting, please Click >HERE<
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
You stated having the unit unplugged in your problem description so you did do a reset already and that seems to have caused your problem. Unplugging the machine will probably not resolve your issue then. What does seem to be happening is corruption in the unit's firmware that is crashing it causing it to go into stand-by. Unfortunately I doubt there is any software on the Internet that will allow you to re-flash the machine's firmware. Unless you still have warranty available you will either have to live with it, replace the unit's main board (doubt a replacement can easily be found), or replace it with something new.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
SOURCE: PANASONIC DMR-E55 DVD RECORDER
Try first unplugging unit from main, and holding the cancel button.
If that does not work try the following:
Hold at the same time the stop button on the main unit and key >10 on the remote control at the same time for about 5 seconds, until you get the word "initialised" on display. This will reset the unit to factory settings.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Plug AC power cord to wall electric socket if it is plugged into a surge protector or extension, if not try a different socket, if issue still exist have unit service.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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