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Video problem when i use the video play back mode picture is scambled thought it might be my disc, have changed my disc with new and still have same problem.

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  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2007

    Hi. I have a Panasonic VDR-m75. I can't see anything in the lcd display except for the time and settings. I records and I can hear sound but no picture.

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You should clean the Disc Lens, (Reader) with an appropriate material. I personally use Colonia. Try to be soft when cleaning it. You don't want to scratch the Laser Lens.

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