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DMR-ES10 DVD Recorder T112 error message

WIll no longer play DVDs.  Started getting a loud whirring/clunking noise every once in awhile, turned off and on or opened/closed tray and was then ok.  Now it happens every time I insert a DVD to play.  Also getting a T112 error message on the display.  Does anyone know what's going on o how to fix?

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  • mjstudio Oct 28, 2007

    I tried pressing ENTER - doesn't work.  It's hard to even get it to turn off or eject the disk.  I have to continually press OFF.  I have the manual and can;t find the T112 error message there either.  Less concerned about the display message and more concerned about what is causing the noise and wht it won't read DVDs anymore.  Any other thoughts?

  • mjstudio Oct 28, 2007

    When I press ENTER the noise stops and I get a T112 message on the display.  It then allows me to eject the DVD and turn the unit off, but that's as far as I get.

  • kenako Jan 05, 2008

    Hi

    My ES10 has stopped recognising any discs that I put into it.(DVD's, DVD-RAM and DVD-RW )

    When I try and play any type of disc, the error message "No Read" comes up, and on the screen I get the massage saying "Disc not recognised"-please check disc. I've cleaned the lens to no avail, the machine constley goes into the "SELF CHECK" mode.

    Help?

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Can you press Enter when you get the error message? That will tell it to diagnose the problem. Tell me if that works. The manual can be found here. I can't find the T112 error you mentioned though.
http://panasonic.ca/PDP/OperatingInstructions/dmres10s-oi-eng.pdf
Reply if you need further assistance.

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