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Romote control not working

We use are dvd/vcr recorder to change channels and watch tv because are tv doesnt have a remote control.recently are remote control stoped working if we try tp change the channel or press play or press any button it says set 1 we cant fix it...oh we also lost are guide booklet.

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  • cmfortin Mar 28, 2009

    No matter what I do, SET 1 flashes - I have tried every suggested solution. I cannot reset snce it keeps flashin SET 1. Can you suggest something else I might try?

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1. The owner's manual is available online:
http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/Video/DVD-Recorders-Players/DVD-Recorders/model.DMR-ES35VS

Download the manual under Operating Instructions.

2. To remedy "SET1" problem, Press 1 & Enter at the same time.

Hope this helps

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

  • David Klement Jun 01, 2011

    The answer above (Press 1 & Enter) was awesome!!! It worked great! Can't believe it was so easy.

  • MJTURI Dec 07, 2011

    Thank you! Press 1 and enter same time worked perfectly. No more set 1 code popping up ...all functions perfect.

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I had a similar problem--the unit suddenly would not respond at all to the remote. Panasonic said to buy a new remote, but I was skeptical.

I finally solved the problem this way. With the unit turned on, I unplugged the power cord from the back of the case (not the wall outlet). When I plugged it back in, the setup sequence kicked in and the remote functioned properly.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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Heres what it says for anyone whos looking for the fast solution

While stopped
Press [FUNCTIONS].
[2] Select Other function
and then press [ENTER].
[3] [For]Australia]and]New]Zealand]
Select “Setup” and then press
[ENTER].
[For]Asia]and]the]Middle]East]
Check that “Setup” is selected and then press
[ENTER].
≥If a disc is inserted and “Setup” is not selected, press [3, 4] to
select “Setup” and then press [ENTER].

[4] Select “Others” and then press
[5] Select “Remote Control” and then
press [ENTER].
[6] select the remote control code (Set Code 1 2 or 3) and then press [ENTER].
≥The code on the unit has been set.
[7] While pressing [ENTER], press and hold for about 2
seconds the numbered button ([1], [2] or [3])
corresponding to the code you selected in step 6.
≥The code on the remote control has been set.
[8] Press [ENTER].

Then boom its fixed

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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