Question about Sanyo DVW-5000 DVD Player/VCR
I have a dvd-rw with an .avi movie file I am trying to play on my Sanyo DVW-5000 and it tells me that there is an disk error when it tries to load the disk. What type of disk/file types does this dvd player play? I want to be able to play the dvd that I made and I am not seeming to be able to.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Connect the "Out to TV"video and audio on the DVR box to the "Video in and Audio In" on the VCR ...unless it's a single screw type connector on the DVR then hook THAT to the "In from ANT/cable" on the VCR
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
SOURCE: owners manual
Turn on power to TV, and DVD/VCR, set TV to channel 3 or 4
Insert video cassette
Select desired channel by using CH/TRK
Set the desired recoring speed (SP or EP)
Press REC once
Press STOP to stop recording.
Press Menu and the Main menu will appear.
Use up and down arrows to choose the Timer record menu
Press Select/Enter to go to the Timer Record menu.
Use arrows to choose the program no. (1-8)
Use down arrow to choose Month option
Use arrows to choose the desired month
Use down arrow to choose the Day option
Use arrows to choose the desired day
Use down arrow to choose Start Option
Use arrows to choose the desired start time
Use down arrow to choose the Stop option
Use arrows to choose the desired stop time.
Use down arrow to choose the Channel option
Use arrows to choose the desired channel (Channel, Line1 or Line2)
Cable users: If you have Cable TV and used Cable Box in Connecting Antenna/Cable TV to DVD/VCR using a cable box converter, you must set the channel in this step to match the cable box output channel (usually 3 or 4). Change channels on the cable box instead of the DVD/VCR
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
Sorry for the inconvenience you encounter,, But for your concern since you encounter a power surge sometimes some electronic/electric device like might git damage because of the power flactuation, probably some of its IC,s got burn if you want you take it to a repair center and hopefully they will just replace the burn IC's ..
Hope that helps......
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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