Hi - mine is the DMR-EX75EB - don't know if it's the same? I've gone through the manual several times and still can't work out how to record one channel whilst viewing a different one? Please - can you help?
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Hi Pete Check the dvd player has the right region code for country.
Check the region code can play the dvd.usually in the front of your manual you can get a list of what is compatible.
Discs made on other devices or on pcs cannot be played back on this unit unless it is finalied on the device.
I have now had two Panasonicrecorders
3 years apart and both have gone down with this same fault.
It's a shame as they are a fantastic recorder, I would have thought Panasonic
would have put this right by now. It now 5 years on since I bought my
first one and it sounds as if they still have the same fault.
Why the hell can't they just fit a standard computer dvd drive that’s cheap to
replace, and not this abortion they fit.
I was looking on E-bay for Panasonic recorders that where faulty and found
ALL WITH THE SAME FAULT
"DVD drive faulty"
I’m now looking for a new one but don’t know what to do as I
have a ton of discs that need to be finalized, may just forget about them and
keep clear of Panasonic in future.
It sounds as if the actual T/V channel is out of tune.
I,d suggest powering the player On.
Then using channel 8-12 on the T/V to Scan for its frequency.
When you,ve located it to the Player.
Lock the channel, then use the DVD on Channel 8-12.
Mike @ compurepair.
p.s also check the output from DVD To T/V lead has,nt come loose.