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Michael Depypere Posted on Dec 22, 2006
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Self check for no reason - always

Any action requested triggers a self check that goes on and on, always starts over and over again, with no apparant reason. Pushing the ON button on the machine for 10 seconds after some time puts the machine back in operation. This does not work with the remote. Consequently, usage of my universal remote is impaired. Any ideas whta this might be?

  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2007

    I have the same problem. The unit is permanently stuck in self check mode. Pressing off button displays 'bye', but when you start again its stuck in self check. Any ideas?

  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2008

    I have found a solution. See Ebay, Panasonic DVD recorders 3rd page for
    DVD recorder REPAIRS. He fixed mine for a very reasonable charge and it works a treat. Great service too! Barney 6779

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See my comments above. The solution really works. barney6779

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I fix 3 e95h using the str g6353.

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Hi, I took advice from this site and changed a 5 pin regulator chip on the Power supply board; STR-G6353. The chip cost £6.33 + £4.99pp +Vat from Nikko Electronics.

This unit cost me £500. I don't think I will be buying Panasonic again. Note, I also tried resoldering the joints before changing the chip. It made no difference. Seems the chip had genuinely blown. Possibly due to heat dissipation issue, suggest adding extra heat sink to stop issue reoccuring.

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First thing I would do is unplug this unit for about 30 seconds and see if that clears up the problem. If it does then the microcontroller was probably just stuck in a loop and all confused. If you still have the problem after doing this, it will probably have to go to a professional repair shop or authorized panasonic service center for repair. I would guess that bad capacitor(s) in the power supply lines going to the logic section of the main PCB could cause the symptoms you're experiencing. Good Luck.

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