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I have pioneer dvr-7000 with japenese language display. I have 2 problems . No.1 I am not able to record from TV via RCA auidio video cables(Red,Yellow and White). No.2 While playing with the onscreen menu display, my remote has been disabled. Now i am in real trouble.. Please tell me the soloutions for both of these problems. or reply.

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I've seen this problem somewhere before, ran across it on a service call or something and I just can't remember where.. Just getting old I guess.. You should have a "Return" button on the remote. Press it and the "2"... That should allow you to access the unit again. What you've done basically is set the unit up as unit 2 and you could have as many as 3 identical units all operating from the same remote. So, Pioneer, in their infinite wisdom decided to make three specific designation points and allow you to switch the remote to access each one without disturbing the rest... If this doesn't solve the problem you might try calling Pioneer support, 800-421-1404 and they should clearly be able to help. Good Luck Bill

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you can reset the configuration to the Configuration factory
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Support/HomeEntertainment/Blu-rayDisc+DVD/PioneerDVDPlayers+Recorders/ci.DVR-310-S.Support?tab=F
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Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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The EPG is the electronic program guide trying to download TV listings.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_program_guide

This is normal for this player. To disable this, you would need to turn off the TV guide function.

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http://www.retrevo.com/s/Sony-STR-DE935-Receivers-review-manual/id/387dj981/t/1-2/

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2) Connect a red, white and yellow cable from the video and audio OUTs of your TV to either INPUT 1 or 2 on your DVD recorder
3) Make sure that your DVD recorder is set to either INPUT 1 or INPUT 2 - reading the manual for that model is driving me up the wall - I would change the channel on the DVD Recorder (not the TV) to 2 and use the channel down button until it says Input 1 or Input 2 - whichever the appropriate choice is
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