I brought this model as it had some good reviews in various places. I recorded on it for 3 months backing up all my video's, foolishly without checking them. When I did sit down to watch them I'd noticed that the image occasionally slowed down and then speeded up, the whole glitch only lasts for a second but this happens very often throughout the film. I started to check all of my films but this problem only seemed to happen on the DVD-R's that I had recorded on. Its been back for repair but still the problem continues on newly recorded disks. The manual does say that it records on DVD-R's aswell as the DVD+R.
Can anyone point me in the right direction as to what could be causing this problem? Any help would be most appreciated
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I was asking the same question for the LG DR389 , but couldn't find any help . With time on hand I explored the remote control . Try HOME , scroll down to a disk , go right and I got FINALISE , click and it activates . I can now play my DVD on any player or my PC . Good Luck !
it is either the laser(lens) or the mpeg printed circuit board. its easiest to replace the dvd loader , and to obtain one, you may need to contact LG and find their closest authorised dealer, they normally retail from $50 to $70 and depends when your model was made depends on availability. good luck.
There is CGMS protection on your analog signal. When your recorder see's this, it craps out. You need to purchase a filter to remove this restriction. If you google CGMS filter or enter CGMS on Ebay, you will find suppliers.
hello..Carol..please refer to your user manual and look in the chapter that includes "how to" maybe you don't have to manually initialize the disks..this will be done automatically...keep it easy...please tell me how it went !...good luck...Ron