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Panasonic recorder dmr-ez485z won't pickup cable channels past 99

My panasonic dvd recorder dmr-ez485z won't pickup any cable channels past 99,but my panasonic dvd recorder dmr-ez47v does ,can anybody tell me why this is so , the two units are almost identical (brought them 2 years apart)i also updated the dmr-ez485z.

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According to the Engineering channel schudle there is a new firmware (v.1.13)for the following panasonic models
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Region codes are preset in the DVD unit. DVDs are encoded with a region code and are only playable if the DVD player is programmed with the same code as the DVD itself. If you want to play Australian DVDs, you will want to use code 4. There are 9 codes. Check below to find out what region each code is for:

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Panasonic DMRs cannot be unlocked for muliti region simply by entering a code form the normal remote or front panle controls.

Panasonic machines require a special remote control in order to make them multi region. Panasonic dealers will unlock your machine for you but will charge you - this is expensive.

Alternatively, if you search eBay you will find devices that will unlock your machine that can be purchased or "rented", for considerably less than a dealer will charge.

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SOURCE: Panasonic dmr-ez47v won't recover from u61 code

no solution sorry, I have same problem. any one else with same prob?. Thought panasonic was a good make, 18 months old and now knackered.

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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To your recording, based on your second posting (and would appreciate corrective information where applicable), your system is:
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