Question about Televison & Video
This can usually be down to two things, a faulty PSU board which is going to be expensive and needs to be professionally repaired, or simply a faulty or dirty DVD has been inserted into the machine.
Try the following:
1. Hold down Standby and Eject buttons on front panel together for 60 seconds (until the recorder goes into standby mode).
2. Now hold down Eject button until it ejects the disc.
3. Now insert a different DVD disc and see if that cures the problem.
If that fails then it's probably a faulty PSU, and unless the recorder is under guarantee or warranty it will be too costly to repair.
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