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DVD Recorder LVW5101. Unit records ok but will not play back material it has just recorded

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Make sure you finalized the disc before playing on other dvd players or computors. chk out on menu.

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At present, I assume I hard several defective Discs. I use DVD-RW and have had good results. I also think I am having problems with Erased Discs. I need to do more experimenting. Thank you for your respoonse. I will keep you response in caseof further problems.

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