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Panasonic PV-M1359W 13 in. Combo

My combo wiil not turn on and all three lights (rec., on timer, prog timer) are illuminated in the front. Help!

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  • Joseph Castillo Apr 09, 2006

    I tried to reset the combo, but it WILL not turn on when I press the power button.

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Hi reset the combo: http://www.fixya.com/user-guide/p231976,m7872,gm36/Panasonic-PV-M1359W363-in-Combo.aspx good luck

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