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I have a Logic LDVR1608 DVD Recorder. It has gone into some sort of standby mode with a blue light but no clock display. I can't access any of the menu's on the dvd remote or through the dvd set itself. It's like it is frozen.I cannot access any of the digital channels through it either. Can anyone help me please? How do I reset this dvd player? Many thanks.

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Switch it off then on again its just like a computer should reset it

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