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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This problem is associated with a regulator on the power board. It's an easy fix if you can use a soldering iron.
If not you may be able to get someone to repair it for you. I have posted instructions on how to replace the defective component.
Please note the instructions I have given refer to the DMR E55 but the E95H is much the same.
To see my earlier posting, please Click >HERE<
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
SOURCE: panasonic DMR-ES10
Does the unit emit a groaning sound just before it fails? If so, then the drive spindle is the problem; the sound is caused by the slipping of the disk on the spindle. It could be contaminated with particles (dust, DDV plastic. etc). Look for scratches on the inner ring area of the bottom side of the DVD. those are an indication of foreign material on the spindle. It may be worse with disks that have been used many times. Just touching the hub area with your fingers can leave contaminates. Try first cleaning the disk hub area on the botton side. Stay away from the writable area. The drive spindle can be cleaned by removing the metal top from the unit and then removing the black plastic cover from the drive top (4 screws). Wipe clean the rubber surface on the top side of the spindle. Then replace the covers. As the unit ages, the rubber will get harder and more prone to slipping. A cotton cloth soaked in alcohol may be used to clean and refresh the rubber surface as a last resort. Reply to this message if you want pictures of the process.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
SOURCE: PANASONIC DVD RECORDER DMR-E85HP
My Panasonic DMR-E85H also had the frozen "Please Wait" problem.I found this site and followed the instructions regarding replacement of the C1270 and C1271 capacitors with Radio Shack 1000uF 35V radial-lead capacitors (model 272-1032) @ $1.59 each. Took about 30 minutes plus the time to get the parts. Keep in mind that my husband and I have never done anything like this before. We followed all the posted instructions and the our Panasonic DMR-E85H works great now. Many thanks to everyone who posted these solutions and especially RandyChev for the great pictures. - What a life saver.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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