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DVD Ram recorder

Self Checks for too long

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  • Pembroke Feb 12, 2008

    Unit fails to complete it's self test routine in that the power appears to drop off partway through and the selftest routine restarts, and restarts, and restarts! Sometimes when it does eventually load, it drops out again when asked to read the disk and then, back to selftest again.



    My guess is dodgey power supply regulation but what do you think?



    My unit is a DMR-E65EB

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Mine, a Panasonic DMR-E80H, didn't like some of the Ram disk either. Either I was trying to erase it or just read it and it would shut it self off and go into recover mode.
So, I pulled the plug overnight. Then, first thing after I plugged it back in was to eject the disk before it tried to read it. Once the disk was out. It stopped going into recover mode.
Good Luck.

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A self-check for these models can sometimes last for 3-7min's (sometimes longer) depending on how much recorded data is on your hard drive. Plus it checks all unrecorded space on your hard drive as well. Don't forget that it must check 200Gig. If it self checks for longer than 20-30mins turn off at the wall and let cool down. Try again in an hour or so and it should rectify itself. If it continues to self-check for longer than 20-30mins refer your machine to an authorized technition

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