Question about Panasonic DMR-E50 DVD Recorder
Very easy fix.
Your DVD recorder can be set up to accept remote contol signals on any one of three channels. Remote 1, Remote 2 or Remote 3.
Your remote can be set up to send signals on any of these channels. You need to make sure your recorder and remote are set to the same channel.
Your recorder is telling you that it is set to receive remote control signals on channel 3. This means your remote control is currently set for a different channel.
Assuming that you have a genuine Panasonic remote, do the following,
On your remote press the "Enter" button and hold it down. Then press the "3" button at the same time for two seconds, then release both. This will change your remote so it sends signals on Channel 3 which will match your recorder.
Those clever people at Panasonic realise that you will be delighted with their products and will probably have several of their appliances in use. The different channels avoids switching all your Panasonic gadgets at the same time. Clever huh?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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