Question about Philips DVD & Blu-Ray Players
HI WE HAD A SIMILAR PROBLEM. THE SOLUTION WAS CLEANING THE DISC. IT APPEARS JUST TINY FLECKS OF DUST AND GREASY FINGER PRINTS CAN CAUSE HAVOC! GOOD LUCK
Posted on Jun 05, 2007
Your device is designed for playing back region 1. It will also playback disks recorded with a region setting of all. The region setting of the device is fixed. Also it will only playback NTSC, and not PAL . This is also fixed on your unit. Sorry I could not bring you better news. However there are many burning and conversion programs you can use on your computer (ie Nero Vision, ConvertXtoDvd,..) which provide you the optional settings you are looking for, and allow you to burn in the setting you choose, allowing for playback on your Philips device. Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
go to this link , so you can download the manual ,
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: lost philips dvdr3475 manual
suppoort site for dvdr3475
direct link to pdf manual http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/d/dvdr3475_37/dvdr3475_37_dfu_aen.pdf
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
Sorry this isn't a solution, but I just want to commiserate with you. I am having the same problem. I guess the problem started about three weeks ago. The recorder will not recognize any blank DVD-R discs and it only recognized 1 out of 4 new DVD-RAM discs. It would read most of my older DVD-RAM discs but would refuse to erase some of the old recorded programming. It also refused to recognize some of the older DVD-RAM discs, so in frustration I reformatted one. I was able to record and watch a couple of shows, but now it is saying "Unformat" for that disc.
About a year ago, the DVR gave ma some trouble and I was able to fix it myself. (I think it suddenly wouldn't power on, but I don't really remember if it was that or if it was a "SELFCHECK" error.) I had to open up the case and replace two capacitors. I bought the replacements at Radio Shack and my son helped me solder them on. My next step with this DVR will be to open up the case and look for any obvious problems. The worn-out capacitors looked oily and damaged, as I recall.
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
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