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I am trying to convert a vhs to dvd with a panasonic dvd video recorder dmr-e30. I have the vcr going to the tv and the tv out to the dvd recorder. I have dcd-rw's that i have burnt movies to before and when i hit record the recorder just says read only. I dont have the manual for the recorder and need help please

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You can get the manual on the link below.

http://www.dvd-recorder-review.com/support-files/pannydmre30.pdf

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DVD R/W's need to be erased first before you can record again.

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