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If you mean to download a full file , just copy the files from the DVD and load into your computer , the hard disc.
But if you want to copy DVD into to write another DVD( copy) the use a software( NERO) to copy and write. Load the DVD to copy and click the nero link for copy then after the image is made onthe computer you must remove the disc and insert the DVDRW to be written.
Do as it commands on the software.

Panasonic Video... | Answered 4 hours ago


you mean to record?first,you must connect the other unit (if you are using two cassette)by using rca plug or earphone plugs.insert the plugs to audio in or aux(this is the unit that will record).if the other unit doesn't have the output audio,use the earphone out instead.time to record.the recorder must be set to tape/aux,(if you are using a unit with radio setting).then,push the play and record button at the same time.don't forget to put in the blank tape ok.then push play to the unit that you want to be recorded.the square symbol is for stop.the arrows pointing left ,rewind.pointing right, forward.the big arrow pointing right is the play and the button next to it is the record button.

Panasonic RX-D29... | Answered 22 hours ago


Just had the same thing. Instructions in the manual didn't work, but found this by trial and error:
- press and hold START/STOP as stated in manual until display goes blank
- with display still blank, press TIMER
- machine pops into life and you can now change the settings.

Worked for me anyway.

Panasonic... | Answered on Jun 21, 2019


I had the same problem - you can fix with a system reset. Unplug the unit at the wall and wait 2-3 mins, then plug in and switch on while holding the power button - the display will be blank for at first, but will eventually display '---------------------'. Release the power button and switch the unit on as normal. Press the Dab button and the unit will start to auto-search for channels. Give it a few minutes and you'll be back in action :)
Chris

Panasonic... | Answered on Jun 21, 2019

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