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I have two panasonic recorders whose remotes compete. I reset one to setting 1 and the other to setting 2 to fix. Now one of the machines will not respond to either remote (the other is fine). How do I get the second machine to respond.

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Try changing the settings back to the original setting on the remote that goes to the machine that is not responding. You might consider investing in a universal remote where you can program or self detect the frequency for each machine, but has a multi channel program setting so that you can have both machine frequencies on one remote. Let me know if this works or you need further assistance.

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