Question about Panasonic DMR-EX75EB-S DVD Recorder/HDD Recorder
Tom Tom you never guess what .......
I am sitting here at 10.45pm typing this mail whilst watching Eastenders on my Panasonic HDD DVD recorder (fanfare of trumpets playing in the background).
I cannot believe that I have it back - fixed and with all my stuff still on the hard drive - I am well chuffed.
I have a copy of the estimate the repair place sent to Panasonic and it totalled £308!!!!! My only slight niggle (which I didn't have the nerve to ask about) was wether or not I get my £25 deposit back - I thought it was a bit cheeky. Not only have they fixed it they have also done some firmware updates (whatever they are) but they sound good.
Any news on yours yet???? If they fixed mine then that surely means that they will fix yours don't you think (might cost you £25 mind)
Keep me posted, I will keep my fingers crossed for you.
PS I have an audition for the new Dom series next week! Worzel's Wangerlings!
Ta Worz for the gen,
Unfortunately I am trying to transfer all my stuff off the old machine and on to its 'new' bigger brother (250Gb). So. You work out how many days it'll take to transfer 80 hours???
Great news with your machine and it all sounds very promising. Chance your arm and ask for your deposit back. I would!
Have you been reading all the other stuff on Fixya about people buying other machines to replace old ones and having the same problems years later? Fingers crossed my new machine won't go the same way. Apollo 2000 did a deal and beat a low price courtesy of the internet. It did cost £200 plus, but I'm happy and will be even more chuffed if I get the other one back and 'upgraded' like yours.
All the best with Dom. I'll let you know how I get on.
Tom Sat. 19.31
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
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click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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all you need to do is use the DVD Service Disc that you got when you bought your DVD player,, or go to www.panasonic.com and e-mail them about getting the codes removed so you can play overseas DVD, they sent me a disk for FREE and guess what it worked,,,, it comes with the instructions, here is what it says,,,
INSERT DISK- and confirm "STOP" is displayed...
USING THE REMOTE press "SETUP"
Go to "DISPLAY" menu
Select "ON SCREEN MESSAGES" then press "ENTER" button
Press ">10" found on the bottom right coner
Press "6" button
Press "4" button
Press "3" button
Press "8" button
A PASSWORD WINDOW SHOULD APPEAR
TYPE IN "3192"
PRESS THE "ENTER" BUTTON TWICE
the disk will be read, when finished remove disk
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