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DVD records then freezes

Bush DVRHS02 combi dvd & VCR Whether recording DVD manually, by timer, or by video plus I am not ending up with a recorded DVD. The machine starts to update and then sticks. The updating message does not disappear. I cannot stop the machine (using the remote or front buttons) and have to unplug the machine. When I reconnect the machine the player tells me the DVD is empty, (This despite the fact that it might already have a film successfully recorded and given a new title on it.) On video plus or timer record the process might finish but I am left with an "empty" disc. I have used several different brands of disc and still seem to have the problem.

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  • ally o Jun 09, 2008

    Thanks for trying ASCOTT2. The machine used to work in the set up it is in now. The problem is a common one for these machines. Have been looking on the internet and this machine has had the same problem for over 3 years!

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Do you have any old stuff hocked up to it if so then there is your problem

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