Question about Panasonic DMR-E50 DVD Recorder
Hi, I see similar one a lot in my shop, what has happened is your laser head assembly, and or quadrant detector has gone faulty, this is just so common. To make it work properly again you will need to replace these faulty parts. This can be an expensive repair depending on the cost of the laser head assembly, and labor.
What you need to do is take it to an authorised Panasonic repair agent, and ask them for a "Quote" for the repair. This way you can make a decision as to repair or replace.
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
Seems that you have done the best and nothing more to confirm the limits of a DIY job. It seems to me that the memory back or the micro processor/ inferface has errros that have crepted in with wrong compatibility, the reason that the set hang up with a slight provocation.
You can remove and push back plugs, tighten cords, look for any breach of contacts or pasive components.
I seems that possibilities in the mother board are many and can be relative except if we can swap a new board to test..
Posted on Sep 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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