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Toshiba Recorder I already did that and it did not work I unplugged from the wall and from the back of the recorder

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Is your player able to get proper power supply .........and also are you getting any error message when switching on the player .......

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You have the answer for this on http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/customersupport/

  1. Select the year
  2. Select the model
  3. Go to the knowledge center
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Could you post the exact problem again, assuming you already posted it once? All I can see is that you tried a suggestion and it didn't work, I can't see the initial problem.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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    Ryan Rogers Aug 26, 2008

    Still need more info, please.

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    Ryan Rogers Sep 02, 2008

    Any more info would be helpful.

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Are all the cables connected properly. check the user manual.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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    Legin Varghese Aug 26, 2008

    With some models of DVD player I know you can download a firmware update on your PC, load it to the DVD player and it wil fix some issues

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I believe you can reset the player , so try resetting it and hopefully that will take care of the porblem since turning off the player didn't work.....

Good luck.......

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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