I have had the DVD-VR320 for a little while now and am now starting to have had problems with the remote for it. The remote does not register with the player and none of the buttons on it work. This is with new batteries aswell so it is not a power problem. It was working great form the start and then one day just died. I changed the batteries and the remote would still not register. I left it for a week or two and then it was working again. However the remote has died again, i have changed the batteries and everything and I can't seem to find what the problem is.
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Instructions for programming your universal remote should be included in package with the device. Codes for many remotes can be found at InsigniaProducts.com. Just search for your model number, NS-PDP42.
I think its the dvd players internal settings that need to be adjusted. If there is a menu set the sky box to the connection it is plugged into. Although this might sound strange some units when you connect them up will play fine through that input but unless the settings of the player is adjusted iut will record a blank screen because its default setting for recording might not be either the connection method you are using or the input you are using. I hope this makes sense.
To remove "SAFE" from the front display, using the remote control, press and hold "INFO" for 5 seconds until it disappears. This was probably acitivated while you stopped a recording which can trigger it, of you may have activated "Safe" by pressing the INFO button several times. This is to prevent access of the recorder by locking all controls. This is for the DVD Recorder/VCR combo VR320 and the 1st generation DvD Recorder DVR-130.
Even though this was a product I regret purchasing, it isn't as bad a people make it out to be. It works best with DV cable recording from 1 Hour Mini-DV tape camcorders to 1 Hour XP Record DVD mode. It is probable one of the best. Only issue I have is when you try playing a finalized DVD-R disc in another DVD player, there is a chance it might not work because of the Highest quality 1 Hour record mode. Standard is 2 Hour SP. You will have to burn an exact copy using DVD copy software on your computer to DVD-R. This will fix the problem.