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Will not get off of "VCR" when I press DVD it stays on VCR

Anyone seen this problem? It just started doing it a few days ago. Whenever I press the DVD/VCR to toggle between the to it just flashes and goes back to VCR everytime.

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  • shadowofbong Aug 31, 2008

    The system always stays on VCR and never goes to DVD. It just flashes when the DVD/VCR button is pressed.

  • megconnon Oct 28, 2008

    Will not get off of "VCR" when I press DVD it stays on VCR problem, and notify you when a new solution is offered.

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Either your toggle is bad or the dvd mech has a problem...

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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