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My Panasonic NV-SD270 video player wont play or release a video cassette and shows the error message "F05". Does anyone know what this means? thanks Chris

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When the loading mechanism have a trouble and did not thread the tape properly , the eject mode commands primarily coz the tape in sensor activated properly

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I have a Toshiba DVD Video Player Model SD 260. I


Hello, The problem could be dirt on the surface of the lens, you can clean this by removing the cover of the dvd player . Gently use a dry cotton bud to clean the lens because the lens is fragile. Insert the disc plate into the dvd player and press play, if it does not play try the second method. Ensure the cover of the player is open, connect the power plug to the mains socket and observe the lens if it beam a red light, Also check the ribbon cable use to connect the lens to the printed circuit board, then gently clean the lens with a dry cotton bud , insert the disc plate and press play to see if it play. If it does not play the disc, then this require a change of the lens

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I have a Sony Handycam DCR-PC100 that is now flashing an error code C:31:23 in the display when I try to play back the DV cassette in the video camera. Please advise what this code means and if the footage...


  1. Remove the battery or disconnect the AC power adapter for 60 seconds.
  2. Insert the battery or reconnect the AC adapter.
  3. Turn on the camcorder.
  4. If the error message appears, service may be required.
If your camcorder still shows the same error code, then you'll have to send in your camcorder for service.

Try playing the dv casette on another player, it should be fine.

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send me a picture of the front panel I will tell you how.

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Sound but no picture


Most likely the VCR needs a head cleaning. This is common when playing older or rented tapes as the oxide recording surface can flake off and clog the video heads. You can try a head cleaning cassette. Make sure to get a wet-type cassette which you moisten with the included cleaning fluid.

Unfortunately this is not always successful for severely clogged heads. It may be necessary to remove the cover and clean the heads with a chamois cleaning swab moistened with head cleaner. Hold the swab flat against the round drum that holds the heads and move the drum back and forth while holding the swab steady. Repeat this for each of the heads. The heads are fragile and can be damaged by incorrect cleaning, so you might want to see what a shop in your area charges. (The shop I worked in used to charge $20, but that was several years ago.)

There's also the chance there's been head failure or some other problem has developed, but dirty heads are very common.

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I have a Funai HDR-B2735 dvd/video cassette recorder with HDD. When turning the machine on, it automatically switches off with the screen displaying the message "System error 02/56" before going...


Exact same symptom as above, little flashing "W" on standby, error code 02-56 on switching the unit on, promptly turns itself off. It would help no end if Funai would publish a little bit more info about these error codes on their site, or have a forum somewhere. Gona try a factory reset and a replacement HDD, dont know if i could replace it with a new one or not. any ideas or experience with these errors would be greatly appreciated!

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I have a RCA tv and an Onkyo cd/dvd player. I have all run through a Yamaha receiver. I get the error code "unusable signal" when I try to play a dvd. I get the sound, but not the video. ...


Check A-V cables, most probebly that one is disconneted internaly which goes to TV's Video Input or coming from DVD player's Video Output. Just hook up new cable and try. One more possible thing is wrong set-up or selection in Yamaha.

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I have a NV-FJ620 video - CVC is showing on the display screen and the video tape is automatically ejecting itself when I put it in.


One possible explanation is a faulty mode switch (this is a multi contact rotary swith located under the mechanical deck) which needs cleaning probably not a job for the DIY enthusiast

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