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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVD Recorder Does Not Record
It took about 45 minutes, without a manual. Carefully disconnecting all cables and marking them so the would go back in the right place later. Carefully Disassembling the unit, removing the cover - 6 screws, noting all screws and where they came from, pulling the front panel using the plastic tabs, removing the top front edge cover - two screws, removing the disk assembly - 4 screws, pulling the two thin leads so I could pull the entire assembly out. Removing the back plastic cover from the DVD assembly and identifying the Optical Disc Lense. Spraying some LENSE CLEANER on the same cloth that I clean my glasses with, and carefully wiping across - gentle stroke in same direction, then opposite direction - a few times. Spray lense cleaner on the cloth not on the lense. Reassemble. Reverse order of above. Works great now. BEST OF LUCK....Or you can find almost any DVD repair facility. This is not a unique process. Robert
Posted on Jul 01, 2007
SOURCE: 16x DVD-R
I too need the upgrade for my Sylvania SRDV495. Could someone please
send me the upgrade too or send me a link to let me know where to
download if from. THANK YOU!
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
SOURCE: ERROR CODES
If you are trying to record from a vhs tape to a dvd, first of all you'll need to buy only 1x-8x dvd-r dvds. You can find the 4x or 8x on ebay. This recorder has a problem with the up to 16x. Put the DVD-R in and let it load. Put the videotape in. Press play on the videotape side - not dubbing but play - and let the videotape play for 6-10 seconds and THEN press the dubbing button. If you have somewhat of a lead-in on the videotape you won't lose anything. At most otherwise you'll lose 6-10 seconds. If the error code comes up, rewind the tape, and start again. Letting the videotape run for a bit first before pressing dubbing seems to prevent this problem, at least for me, and I was getting the error code every time.
Posted on May 26, 2008
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