We have dissconected it and then reconnected it to a diffrent tv and now it says " turn off power, interface error " We tried it back on the old tv and says the same. Put video in to see what happened and now that is stuck too.
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When you are turning the recorder on it is blocking the signal for cable going to the TV. Your TV will need to be on channel 3 or 4 depending on what the dvd/vcr player channel output is set to. This is why your tv is asking you to re-scan. It is losing the video signal because the dvd/vcr is taking over. The reason why the vcr with the button on the remote is because the vcr button is changing the function of the buttons on the remote to vcr. Even though the dvd/vcr is one unit they still will act like two seperate components independent of each other. They have seperate power buttons and the dvd player part may need to be hooked up seperately with rca cables to work.
I have had a couple of these with the same problem , and in 2 out of the three cases the cure was the same .. Earphone socket fault ?
Ear phone sockets are designed to dissconect the speakers on insertion but with the constant use and pulling they get on a mobile system they sometimes lock open and do not reconnect the speakers you could check that ..
The other one I had was diffrent that one the sound output chip was faulty and had to be replaced as did the speaker output capacitors , one had failed causing the chip to overheat .. hope this helps Regards Vortash
Does this Durabrand combo player actually have an RF output? Almost every unit I've seen today only has audio/video out. No RF out, no tuner for recording. They're meant to work with the TV's AV inputs and some line input source for recording (if it's a recorder at all). There may just be no RF for you to be tuning to.
If the player does in fact have RF out and you can't see it on either channel 3 or 4, take it back to the retailer if you can or contact the service number in the manual. It would have to be a defective unit.
Did it used to work? If it did then I would say it may be. If it is new, the Durabrand DVD players default to the component video out (RCA jack). If it is hooked up with an S-Video cable you will need to connect it with the RCA cable and then go to the settings and change the signal out to S-Video and then reconnect it with the S-Video cable. Also make sure that the correct video source is selected on the TV.
Connect the AV output of the Sky box to the AV input of the Panasonic combo.Look at rear of the Combo and you will observe input and output RCA connections.Using RCA leads, hookup the Av output of the Panasonic to the audio/video input of the Sony tv. Power up Appliances, and you should be OK.
If you select the HDMI channel to watch a dvd does it do it then, if not disconnect both ends of the scart lead and reconnect or replace. If the scart lead is not in properly this could happen, when you switch on the player and play a disc your tv will automatically switch to the AV/Scart channel, but you are better off manually turning the TV over to the HDMI Hi-Def channel for DVD.