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I need to replace my DMR 60 main unit with the same model, but cant find anywhere that sells them ? please help, second hand i dont mind

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The 'No Read' error is a classic case of a failed laser (and/or DVD drive). In many Panasonic DVD devices (recorders, players and some Blu-Ray models) the laser is part of a traverse unit or 'assembly' (a block with laser and spindle motor in one). With this unit, unless you are tech. savvy and are aware of the likely cost(s) of replacement part(s) for this type of product, you can go ahead and order from Panasonic directly - subject to shipping and tax (assuming the part is available) - this could be expensive, and you would also need the right equipment/tools and experience to do this (it is much easier to simply replace the whole DVD drive itself in the unit - just note the original drive number and connection type before seeking a new one, after that - should be a straightforward fit, save on labour costs...) - these drives are not exactly easy to repair at individual component level; hence why in most cases the whole drive is replaced when part of it fails (not impossible to replace either!).

If you aren't familiar with this sort of thing, your next best bet is to submit the recorder to an authorised Panasonic service centre, obtain a (reasonable) quote on likely repair/part(s) cost(s), along with a second opinion, then you can make a firm decision on that basis. Up to you whether you pursue it further or not. The DMR-EZ28 is not as old as the DMR-ES15 and is more reliable in general. Assuming this can be repaired, it could be very expensive, so keep that in mind, but you won't know for sure unless you get a quote from a workshop. It may also take several weeks before repair (if possible) is completed.

If all else fails, or it is probably going to be too expensive/uneconomical to fix, or you cannot get a replacement DVD drive anywhere for this model, then consider a new one - but ONLY as a last resort. The cost of replacing a disc drive in your existing unit vs. the cost of a brand new machine could be significant.

Not the best news, but certainly worth investigating - if you want to do so.

Mar 24, 2011 | Panasonic DMR-EZ28K DVD Recorder

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Remote broke how can i record vcr/dvd player . wnat to record on my vcr?

I assume this combo unit has basic front panel buttons (behind the right-hand door - where the copy button is) - there should be a drive select (VHS or DVD) button stop play record. I strongly advise if you really need a remote for this model, particularly when it comes to menu/setup options, that you search various online and similar stores for one.

The cost will depend where you go and who you deal with - and if the remote is available (you can always ask Panasonic about a remote for a DMR-EZ48V even though your model may be a DMR-EZ47V - they both use the same remote (N20AYB000136 or equivalent number); they can probably tell you how to order one through them, the price, etc.

A universal remote may work, but with limited functions. If the combo unit works in general, you should not have too much trouble obtaining a replacement remote (just keep in mind the model above).

The remote may cost just over $100 but remember, this is only if you want full control of your combo unit.

Mar 13, 2011 | Panasonic DMR-EZ47V DVD Recorder/VCR

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L.S. How to reset Panasonic DMR-EH55 DVD Recorder / HDD Recorder to factory settings?

You can either go into menu (pressing 'FUNCTIONS' button on remote) and look for 'RESTORE DEFAULT SETTINGS' or similar heading, or you can (while unit is on) on the front of the unit (not the remote) press CH UP and CH DOWN buttons together for 5 seconds - the unit will switch to standby. Give either one a try. (refer to page 60 onwards in your user manual - these pages detail 'settings').

If you cannot find your manual, it is available for download (free) -

I hope this helps in some small way. Thanks for asking FixYa!

Feb 12, 2011 | Panasonic DMR-EH55 DVD Recorder/HDD...

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Quinny buzz stroller keeps collapsing when in use

Hi if you bought it within 60 days you can open up a claim on ebay & get a full refund. i sell them in perfect condition & would never sell 1 that is faulty. The only other option is if you are putting bags on the handle this will make if fold up on itself. contact me @

May 10, 2010 | Quinny Buzz Three Wheel Stroller

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Cant find replacement Rinnai thermostat

Try National Energy they are on line they sell spares they may be able to help .

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I cant get my battery to charge for my portable durbrnad dvd player , and cant find a new battery anywhere

there are some stores that sell the durabrand products that might be able to help you, one that comes to mind is best buy, they have their own product support, you will have to provide them with the model number.

Dec 31, 2009 | Durabrand PDV-705 Portable DVD Player

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U99 displaid...

Displayed when communication error has occurred between Main Microprocessor and Timer Microprocessor.Hold down [POWER] until unit powers off. Unplug AC power cord for five minutes then reconnect. If issue still exist have unit service.

Jul 31, 2009 | Panasonic DMR-ES10 DVD Recorder

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Panasonic DMR ES15

Got me too... If the buttons on the main unit work normally, then possibly main unit and remote control are using different codes. Main unit shows SET 1; change remote control code to match it: Press and hold [ENTER] and code number [1] keys for more than two seconds. Fix listed in Operating Instructions troubleshooting guide, Operation section (pg 42). MULTI.PDF">

Apr 30, 2008 | Panasonic DMR-ES10 DVD Recorder

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Lifestyle 20 bose

by main unit i assume you mean the head unit or the CD control unit.

the answer is YES,

bose sell a part that will conect your ipod to you r bass box direcly ( or at least they used to) it was not passily powerd by the ipod however as the i pod can't maintain the current necessary to sustain the power up of the amp's control circuit. so it was powered externaly.

the answer is. you need 5 v dc at 500ma capacity on the centre pin to power up the bass module and thus bring the bassbox to life, the remainig pins carry L/R and a control voltage to adjust the volume, i will need a bit of time to find out which pins exaclty do what, as i cant remeber off the top of my head, but i'll bet you'll find the answer on a diagram if you do a search on the web. please also note that the 5vdc can also be varied between 1.5vdc and 8.5 vdc to adjust the volume of the bass box and the system overall, and so that is the major problem for you to solve if you want to build your own amp. ( maybe get your hands on a second head unit ( CD 20 ) cheap on ebay or something or spalsh out and buy a remanufactuerd one from bose. but maybe thats not what you had in mind .
:-) have fun.

Dec 08, 2007 | Bose Lifestyle 30 System

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Tray will not open

put the machine in standby mode (ie switch power button on machine or remote) then, press and hold the STOP and CHANNEL UP buttons simultaneously. This will force the disk tray to open.

Apr 28, 2007 | Panasonic DMR-ES10 DVD Recorder

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