Do I need more than 1 scart to be able to record properly? Lost the manual. I have no problem using the system menu and timer recording functions and I get it to record programmes properly but I cant get the picture to show when I play it? Thanks
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1 of 2 things
can you hear the motor running inside the player ????
there is usualy a snall pin hole under the tray insert a paper clip into this hile and push it in if tray starts to auto open it might be just a dry set of rails
if rails asumed dry open unit and coat the rails with anti seize and try again with the switch on front cover
in the manual does it describe how to reset to manufactory defaults and have you got your hook-up to your digi box via a fully wired scart if so this cable is causing double feed back wich means signal is senging info from dig box back to scramble setting use a one way signal scart to recorder this is the lead i use to eleminate settings from being scrambled and a clear signal from dig box this is also updates time automaticly when you get back to settings menu turn off auto clock set this will stop time from going on 1 hour hope this will help
You may try a different style DVD disc. Are you using (+), (-), or (RW) the DVD makes a difference.
Here is the manual for your product. Check pages 9 and 10. These pages tell you the type of DVD disc to use, and what speed they can be used.
Let me know what happens.