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it can't read the disks & makes a sort of clunking sound trying to read it (even when a disk isn't in). AANET Email is down so don't even know if Panasonic have replied as yet. I guess it's worth a try. read page 73 eDue to peculiarities of DVD-R, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW (DVD-Video format), +R, +R DL and +RW you may be unable to record onto them if you either insert and http://sisei.net/panasonic-dvd/panasonic-dvd-recorder-u11-error.html

and follow the guide exactly Operations do not work due to a poor-quality disc. (Try again Go to Solution 22 Comments LVL 69 Overall: Level 69 Home Theaters 16 Message I misread DigaDo's AVSforum post. Clean the spindle rubber, what the bottom side of the discs sits on, with a q-tip wet with alcohol. Could the 'laser' be faulty? imp source

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Cheers. I just recently bought a Panasonic digital set top box with 2 HD tuners 350 gig hard drive recorder Works great. It also thinks a DVD is in the machine when the tray is empty and closed, making the same clunking sound that you report. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Lets hope someone knows the answer for it. 6feetunder_1985 View Public Profile Visit 6feetunder_1985's homepage! Discs recorded with AVCHD format. Find More Posts by 6feetunder_1985 23-06-2008, 11:44 #4 niallmac2002 Forum Member Join Date: Jun 2008 Posts: 2 Same again! The Voice UK Britain's Got Talent TV Shows: Cult, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Doctor Who Soaps

Prior to trying a shipping Condition reset, try a power reset...by disconnecting from the mains for 5 to 10 minutes. U61 Error Panasonic Dvd Recorder I've bought another machine and will transfer everything from one to the other before trying the factory settings. I recomend you read through the manual I posted. https://www.avforums.com/threads/please-help-panasonic-dmr-ex95-u88-error.722522/ normally i only use dvd+rw, but on the occasion of failure i used a dvd+r.

N.B. it also sounds dangerous. If you can easily take it apart, try the compressed air trick since you'll have better access (I think). Whether DVD-R +R or RW disc; the 'Unsupport' message comes up when they are put into the machine.

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Email *Required Your Feedback *Required Customers who viewed this article also found these articles helpful U80 and U81 error messages. http://www.satellites.co.uk/forums/threads/panasonic-dvd-hdd-recorder-and-u88-error.134284/ The ridiculous $300 burner cost quoted by parts dealers is the average price charged by all recorder mfrs, not just Panasonic. U88 Error Message Panasonic After this, no data could be read on the RW disc. For example, I pay on average £11 for 50 Verbatim discs.

No, create an account now. check my blog If you had I would have suggested cleaning the spindle. You may need to be persistent, even in the USA Panasonic tries to keep the existence of this repair service quiet unless customers really push them. Gavtech View Public Profile Find More Posts by Gavtech 23-06-2008, 23:49 #6 Gavtech Forum Member Join Date: Jul 2003 Location: UK Posts: 911 Quote: Originally Posted by 6feetunder_1985 ....

Quote 11th Aug 200807:54 #23 werly View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Aug 2008 Location : Australia Hi all, Just googled and found this thread. The unit still runs up, beeps several times and comes up with NoRead. With thanks again for your help. this content Look at the manual for the right icon as it does not copy correct over to hear so I'm replacing the icon with words Unplug anything else attached USB and or

Some people use the DVD disc with a small brush ("Laser Lens Cleaner") and others have had success with compressed air. Eastwood says: I bought this Panasonic DVR DMR ES-15 in 2006Had no problems at all....then as I went to take out a movie disc and put in one of my own Quote 4th May 200806:12 #11 Lumpy2 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : May 2008 Location : Australia Hi, Sami Yes I did clean the laser

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Watching H.264 (and other) videos using CUDA/D... CONTINUE READING Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity TV audio output jack and internal speakers and headset play at the same time 5 572 946d Hardware needed for HD PVR Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy Cookie Policy Complaints Site Map Satellite & Digital TV Support forums Home Forums > Miscellaneous Sections > Tech Head - The Technology Section > I've now moved to Verbatim discs (you can get a pack of 50 in Argos or PC World for c£13.00) and have never had one fail whereas I used to get

I have tried the 10-second power button and the channel up/down button reset. I finally powered up and the machine powered itself down after it told me to WAIT. Will let you know what results. have a peek at these guys the menu system on your pics are not the same, but that's the same remote.

Rate answer 1 of 5Rate answer 2 of 5Rate answer 3 of 5Rate answer 4 of 5Rate answer 5 of 5 Your rating has been submitted; please tell us how Lost password/username? I've now moved to Verbatim discs (you can get a pack of 50 in Argos or PC World for c£13.00) and have never had one fail whereas I used to get Try pressing the power button on the unit for about 10 seconds.

It could be that in pressing buttons as I did on the ES35V during the U88 error that I have upset its programing and although the laser carriage moves to the Unfortunately they said a restore to factory settings should clear the problem but, like you, I have 110 hours of edited footage on there that I don't want to lose. Unfortunately they said a restore to factory settings should clear the problem but, like you, I have 110 hours of edited footage on there that I don't want to lose. If neither of those options resets the recorder, I'd contact Panasonic and see how to do it.

Quote + Reply to Thread Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation DVD & Blu-ray Recorders Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online You might check with the primary Panasonic office in Australia, and see if they can match the special flat-fee repair service Panasonic offers in USA for out-of-warranty repairs.