Question about Panasonic DMR-E85H DVD Recorder
There are several causes that can contribute to the please wait error. The most common seems to be the capacitors, but after replacing them, you might still find the please wait error, as was the case with mine. Upon further review, and after acquiring the service manual with schematics, I concluded that the switching IC 1150 was not properly functioning, switching on and off to provide the pulsing current through the primary windings of the transformer. Upon additional review I found that the reason IC1150 failed is because it had over heated because the fan had quit working. With the fan not working, IC1150 quickly over heated, causing the power failure in the power board. If replacing the caps doesn't correct the problem, consinder looking at replacing IC1150, but first, find out if the cooling fan failed to work, causing the failure of IC1150
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
Manually open and remove disk if there is one inside (dirty or fingerprint disks) will cause lock up of Please Wait
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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