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Proline DVDRH160D, UNIT DOES NOT TURN ON, HAVE POWER AS BLUE LIGHT IS ON, TRIED JUST USING BUTTONS ON RECORDER,ALSO SWITCHED POWER OFF AT MAINS, SO HOW DO I TURN IT ON?

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  • melbuck1972 Aug 07, 2008

    we are having the same problem with our proline dvdrh160D do not no what to do

  • kimmyloo May 11, 2009

    Cannot switch my Proline DVDRH160D player on just switched off last night whilst watching freeview channel, blue standby light is on but i cannot switch it on..?

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Check power supply and change 2200/16v( 2 pieces)

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Thanks if anybody tried to help me. But i took it back to the store so hopefully this is going to be ok now. (third time lucky)

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Sky box green light on permanent


Sounds as if the software is corrupt. Try a forced software update...

1) Switch the digibox off at the mains power, so no lights are displayed on the unit
2) Press and hold the BACK UP button on the digibox (not the remote control)
3) Whilst holding, switch the digibox back on at the mains power so the red standby light is displayed
4) Wait approximate. 10-20 seconds for the remaining 3 lights to display, at which point you can release the BACK UP button
5) Allow the digibox to download the latest software, which can take 10 minutes before returning to standby
6) Leave 60 seconds then power up as usual

A software update/refresh will leave your recordings intact. You won't lose anything.

If this doesn't solve your problem, then the next step is more drastic. It's a Full System Reset and Planner Rebuild. Be advised though: Your recordings are at risk!

1) Switch your digibox on
2) In sequence, press on your remote 'SERVICES > 4 > 0 > 1 > SELECT' (this will access the hidden menu)
3) Select the relevant option (usually the bottom two) and follow the on-screen prompts (note that it's likely your digibox will reboot between processes)
Applies to Sky+HD Digiboxes only, running latest EPG
1) Press Services on your remote control. 'Options' in the Top Menu will be highlighted in orange.
2) Press the Right arrow once to highlight 'Settings' in the Top Menu.
3) Now press the Down arrow once to highlight the 'settings' tab in the Middle Menu.
4) Press 0, 0,1, Select on your remote in quick succession. The 'Setup' tab will then be highlighted within a hidden menu.
5) Select the relevant option and follow the on-screen prompts (note that its likely your digibox will reboot between processes)
Sky Digibox Planner Rebuild / Full System Reset (if stuck in standby)
Applies to Sky+ and Sky+HD Digiboxes only

Same as above, but applies if your digibox is stuck in standby and you cannot get to the hidden menu:

1) Switch the digibox off at the mains power, so no lights are displayed on the unit
2) Press and hold the 'right and left arrow' buttons on the digibox (not the remote control)
3) Whilst holding, switch the digibox back on at the mains power so the red standby light is displayed
4) Wait approximate. 30 seconds for the blue Sky+ ring of lights to display, at which point you can release the 'right and left arrow' buttons
5) Press 'SELECT' on the digibox (not the remote control)
6) Now the system will format the hard drive, the blue Sky+ ring of lights should spin backwards
7) Allow the system to format, which can take 10 minutes before returning to standby
8) Try to power up!

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My phillips 60 inch tv 60pl9200d/37 wont turn on the power button flashes blue


Look in the manual. (Page 4)

Turn the TV on From main supply: Ensure that the main supply is turned on. A blue indicator light on the front of the TV lights up. When the TV is turned on by the main supply, the blue indicator light will blink for 45 seconds. This is the lamp's start-up period. When the light goes off, press the POWER button on the remote control or power switch. Press POWER to turn on the TV.

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Philips-60PL9200D-TVs-manual/id/633ag423/t/2/

Telephone number Philips Customer Care Center: 1-888-PHILIPS (744-5477)

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My pioneer vsx 815 amplifier has a flashing blue standby light. Have tried resetting by pressing enter and advanced surround keys. All it does is flash a few other LEDs and then goes back to the flashing...


Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Pioneer-VSX-815-K-Receivers-manual/id/385dj989/t/2/

"enter and advanced surround keys"? I don't see that documented as a special function in the manual.

BTW: other than the Flashing light, is there a malfunction?

Page 72 describes how it REALLY resets...

Resetting the main unit

Use this procedure to reset all the receiver's settings to the factory default. Use the front

panel controls to do this.


1 Switch the receiver into standby.


2 While holding down the TONE button, press and hold the STANDBY/ON button for about three seconds.


3 When you see RESET? appear in the display, press ENTER .

OK? shows in the display.


4 Press SYSTEM SETUP to confirm.

OK appears in the display to indicate that the receiver has been reset to the factory default
settings.

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It turns on but when you push the recorder button it shuts off


Bad power switch... very, very common with the DVC7 and DVC15. Get the power switch/recorder button assembly replaced and hopefully you won't have the problem again until the new one decides to act up.

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All LEDs are in constant switched on state(BLUE)


When you plug in the source device and the output device, all of the LEDs light blue, letting you know that the device is ready to capture. When you are ready to capture, simply press the play button on your source device, the Rec button on the Video Transfer, and the LEDs light red, both on the source side and the output side, letting you know that a recording is in process. To stop recording, press and hold the record button and when the lights turn blue, recording has stopped.

this is the source: http://www.pinnaclesys.com/PublicSite/us/PinnacleLife/Content/Reviews/video+to+ipod.htm

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PS3 won't turn on


hi Torgsrus.
PS3 Light sequence
The following pictures illustrate the CECHX0X model, however the light sequence is applicable to all PlayStation 3 models.

No lights are on:

When no lights are on, this means that the main power switch on the back of the ps3 is off or the PS3 is unplugged. When the main power switch is off (the '0' is pressed) and you will not be able to access any features of the PS3 system. To turn on the PS3 system, make sure the main power switch is on (the 'I' side is pressed down).

If the PS3 does not turn on:
· Make sure the power cord is not frayed or damaged
· Try using another power cord, if available
· Make sure the main power switch on the back of the PS3 system is turned on
· If you continue to have issues contact our Technical support.

Solid Red:


When the power status light is solid red, this means that the PS3 system is off (or in standby mode).
Standby, mode means the PlayStation 3 system is off, but is ready to be turned on by pressing the power button.

If the ps3 system will not turn on when you press the power button, this is an issue with the PS3 system and you will need to send your system in for service.

Solid Green:

When the power status light is solid green, this means that the PS3 is turned on.
You should be able to navigate the XMB, play games, access the Playstation store,etc.
To turn of the PS3, simply press and hold the power button for two or more seconds.
If the power status light is green ,and you are experiencing problems- have a look on our forums for troubleshooting.

Flashing Red:


When the power status light flashes red after using the PS3 system for 3 or more minutes and shuts off, the PS3 system has possibly overheated.

This may be caused by poor ventilation or the vents may be blocked.
If this happens:
· Check to see if the vents are blocked. If the vents are dusty, vacuum the vents to remove the dust.
· If the PS3 system is in an enclosed area like an entertainment area, move it to a more open area.
· Leave the ps3 system off for 30 minutes to let it cool down.
· If you continue to have issue, you may need to send the console in for service.

Flashing Green:


When the power status light flashed green, it means that the PS3 system is turning off. Please wait while the system turns off.

If the PS3 system does not shut down immediately, it may be trying to finish save data to the Hard Drive. If it is, do not turn the main power switch on the back off as it may cause data on your hard drive to be corrupted.

If the green light continues to flash green, the ps3 system maybe trying to write to the hard drive, shutting down or running programs. It may take longer to shut down depending on when you pressed the power button. If the green power light flashed for a very long time, you can try holding the power button down for 5 seconds, the console will beep and should turn off. Then try to restart the PS3 system.
Flashing Green, Yellow and Red:


When the power status light goes from green, to yellow, to green, then to a flashing red, this means that they may be an issue with an internal part with in the PS3 system. This may be caused by a variety of reasons and would need to be diagnosed by our support line.

When the PS3 power light flashes in this order, you can contact our Support Line for further assistance.

Solid Blue:

When the disk status light is remaining a solid blue, it means the disc is inside the PS3 system. If you wish to eject the disc, hold down the eject button for 2 seconds and the blue disc status light will flash indicating the PS3 system is attempting to eject the disc . (NB: the power indicator light will always be a solid green).

If the disc is inserted into the ps3 system, but does not show up on the xmb or will not play, this may indicate an issue with the reader- check our guide Discs are not loading in my PlayStation 3? for further troubleshooting.

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3: Held the record button and then hit power.

It booted right up!

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