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I get the ext-l on the display of my DMR EH635 how can I go to normal operation?

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SOURCE: Panasonic DVD player shows EXT-L in its display.

You have switched machine onto external link mode
Either press external link on remote or find it under the flap.
Has a small child been playing with the remote?

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: PANASONIC DMR-EX768 DISPLAYS MESSAGE EXT-L

Hopefully you will have figured this out by now but you have accidentally turned on the external link function (used to automatically record from a sky box or similar) - simply press the ext-l button on the remote (second row from the bottom of the remote, 3rd button from left) to turn it off again and everything will work normally once more.

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

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