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I have a panasonic saht800v when a place a dvd on play tells me "no disc",don't know what to do please help

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It can be either the spindle motor faulty or the laser

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Not much you can do without a remote for this model except play 1 disc (CD or DVD) manually at a time. You could try to obtain a replacement of the original remote directly from Panasonic, or you can look again for your lost one in your home, or you can try a (cheaper) universal remote with this unit. The cost depends on what type of remote you get and where you buy it from (if you order through Panasonic there may be an additional shipping charge). Sequential play (one disc after the other automatically) usually can only be set using the remote.

The fact is, this player needs a remote for full functionality If you want random/sequential play for multi discs, the original Panasonic remote is required - try ordering this first if it is available. If not, then consider a universal. (you could also look on eBay for a similar DVD player remote for this model)

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There maybe a problem with the optic lens (dirt) try to clean it very gently with cotton, also the motor plate that holds the cd/dvd is not holding it very well so it not rotates at proper speed try to clean the both sides where the hole of the cd/dvd is when it´s inserted, if you think that you migth not have skills for that don´t do it.

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yes there are code that you can use to open the region of your DVD player to play multi region disc. But your supplied remote can not do the job. Normally I use factory service remote to free the region of all panasonic DVD player.

The only thing you can do is ask a help from a qualified service technician, I may reffer you to "Next electronics" this is electronic service center within newzealand and ask them if they can convert your DVD player to play mullti region disc. If only your close to my place i would defenitly help your problem.


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I don't know what gear you are using or exactly what you want to do, but I assume you want to put some of your old video vhs tapes or something you have borrowed, on to your computer.

Your DVD/HDD recorder will probably support DVD-R as well as DVD-RAM unless you are very unlucky. If it's a Panasonic it will definitely support DVD-R. DVD-R are reasonably cheap these days so you could use them for recording instead of DVD-RAM, then easily play them on your computer's drive. You would have the added advantage of a back up disc as well. If you want to edit first, use the HDD on the highest quality setting then transfer your edited work to a DVD-R..

Alternatively, you could buy an external dvd drive for your computer that supports -RAM, such as Icy Box or similar. External drives are reasonably priced and if you plan to transfer a lot of video, it would be a worthwhile investment.

Yes, you could probably connect the DVR direct you your computer but you would need an appropriate media card plus suitable software.

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It's a shame as they are a fantastic recorder, I would have thought Panasonic would have put this right by now. It now 5 years on since I bought my first one and it sounds as if they still have the same fault.

Why the hell can't they just fit a standard computer dvd drive that’s cheap to replace, and not this abortion they fit.

I was looking on E-bay for Panasonic recorders that where faulty and found around twenty.

ALL WITH THE SAME FAULT

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I’m now looking for a new one but don’t know what to do as I have a ton of discs that need to be finalized, may just forget about them and keep clear of Panasonic in future.

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asptroy,

hi mate, just want to know first if what region indicate at the back of your DVD player? the reason why i ask you, is because most of branded DVD have their own region for ex. for asian countries they are tagged as region 3 and Australia region 4 ...... most probably your player is not configured to play multi region disc if it can't play any disc. The only way to check if your player have a problem is to check the region of your player and if you can barrow or buy a dvd disc having the same region. or simply check for DVD disc which indicates that it is a all region compatible. Actually this is only info that i can share, but if your only near in my place i can help you change your dvd player to become a multi disc reader simply by clicking some activation keys using the special remote control specially design to configure and modify region setting of panasonic players.

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The manual gives little help:
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