Question about Panasonic DMR-E80H DVD Recorder
I have a Panasonic DVD recorder DMR-E80H that seems to be locked in this recovery mode. As I power it up, begins to reboot and then it says goodbye and turns off. I unplugged it and tried turning it on again, and the same thing happens. What causes this? I thought it to be the hard drive. brcause I fix PC's. Is this a common problem that can be easily fixed? I know it has a hard drive in it that is much the same as a basic PC has, but with an entirely different format. If it is a corrupted hard drive, I would think that it could be reformatted to correct any problems. There must be an OS on it that can be reinstalled I would presume. I guess I don't know much about DVD recorders compared to PC's.
Sir there is nothing to do with the hard drive for this problem.
the player is going into safe mode every time you turn it oN.
this means there there some shorting in the circuit inside the recorder.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
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