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SAN0218250GB DVD + RW RECORDER - AUTOMATICALLY TURNS OFF

My system automatically turns itself off 30 seconds after being turned on. I can't watch TV, watch/record to HDD or DVD.

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  • jcw35 Feb 29, 2008

    Tried that last night - but no joy.

  • jcw35 Mar 01, 2008

    Tried the solution of leaving it turned off all night but didn't work.
    There could be a DVD inside the machine, but the DVD doesn't seem to spin when the machine is on.
    The timer stills seems to work and the machine tries to turn itself on to record as set, but is unable to to stay turned on and so turns off again - and repeats this process for at least 30 minutes.

  • jcw35 Mar 01, 2008

    Unfortunately, the machine will not stay on long enough to change the source nor can I use the remote.

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That problem can also occur if there is a malfunction in the VHS side. If there isn't a tape in it, put one in then eject it. Also, if you think there is a DVD in, there may be a tiny hole next to the DVD drawer that you can take a straightened out paper clip and push it in until the drawer opens.

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Go to the settings of the DVD and you can change it from there. Thats a normal thing don't worry. Hope this helped you.

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HELLO!!

TRY LEAVING IT PLUGGED OFF OVERNIGHT!!!

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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