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I have had problems with a particular DVD-R disc.I had troubles editing the disc with my titles.I then purchased a repair kit.I have now managed to put my titles on the disc.When I try to finalize the disc,which allows me to play the disc on another machine,I get a error message.Quote:- RECORDING ERROR.Can not record on this disc. E 16 28031100.When I tried to finalize it first time the code was E 3 28031100.I was going to ring Toshiba on Monday but then I found your website.Thanking you in advance.Regards.Peter

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PANASONIC CAMERA & DIGITAL SERVICE CENTER
1590 Touhy Ave
Elk Grove, IL 60007-5319
EMAIL camerarepair@us.panasonic.com
888-439-2676
Part Number
RFKNEH75VP
Description
RAM/DIGITAL PCB MODULE

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