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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi. The 'Welcome to Your Remote' messageon a H550 means that there is a button that is stuck down on the remote.
1. Take out the battery, and push in and massage each button to ensure it is not stuck down.
2. Put the battery back in, update the firmware. To do this, log in to the software, click 'Downloads' at the top and 'Firmware'
3. Update the remote.
That should get the remote working! :)
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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SOURCE: My blu-ray dvd player keeps
If you player is connected to the internet in any way, it's probably trying to download a firmware update. Manufacturers send out updates that add or correct features in hardware. I would let the player sit at "Waiting" over night jus to see if the download is taking a while. If this does not correct the issue, I would "Initialize" the settings (factory default) by looking for either of those words in the advanced settings of the player.
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Posted on Mar 09, 2011
As newer bluray movies come out they are constantly tweeking the format. More then likely you need to update your bluray players firmware or software. There should be an option under the menu for the bluray player to update the unit of course this will require that you have it hooked into the internet via ethernet cable or wifi network.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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Remote command mode is different to the unit. Try resetting the remote by doing the following;
While unit is on, but no discs loaded or playing, remove the batteries from the remote (as if you were replacing them), press any button on the remote to clear its buffer, then, if the batteries you removed are OK, re-insert them. Point remote at the player, press and hold 1 and ENTER/OK buttons together for 10 seconds, then release. This should restore your remote's command to the original default mode, and it should control the player fully.
Panasonic and some SONY units operate on this principle with remote command modes (these differ between models). RC1 / DVD1 / SET1 is usually the default.
Very easy to do, takes a few seconds, and costs nothing.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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