Panasonic Dvd U88 Error
Reply With Quote 29-10-0802:04 PM #3 Norma Wisdom View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Nov 2006 Posts 112 Liked 0 times name='Lord Brett']I can't remember the model, but The unit still runs up, beeps several times and comes up with NoRead. Quote 4th May 200810:45 #13 samijubal View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jul 2004 Have you tried resetting the recorder like jjeff said? Most retail stores (PC World, Currys, Rymans) seem to charge between 25% and 40% more for discs than the prices at computer fairs and on-line. check over here
Quote 5th May 200809:44 #16 jjeff View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Nov 2007 Location : Minneapolis MN Panasonic USA and I would think other I have a Dick Smith DVD reader, with a faulty power supply, with a similar looking laser diode, although this one is blue it lights up as a ‘red’ laser? They may even be able to repair the DVD drive without wiping the hard disk. the menu system on your pics are not the same, but that's the same remote.
U88 Error Message Panasonic
Initially I put a CD-RW disk in, which may have caused the problem, and then a DVD-R and then a DVD +R blank disk. Coincidentally my DMR-EZ48V got the same code two weeks ago and the authorised Panasonic repair shop found a faulty 'DVD-RAM Drive assembly. Thanks KH Quote 3rd May 200807:48 #10 samijubal View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jul 2004 Did you try cleaning the laser lens too? Plan B is to fix or replace the drive, I guess!?
He is probably the most knowledgeable DIY Panasonic user you'll find anywhere on the web, and he is very generous with his knowledge. page 56<< Header>HDD, disc and card management page-56.jpg 0 LVL 15 Overall: Level 15 Home Theaters 1 Message Active today Author Comment by:speed_542009-10-26 Sorry about the delay - 3 day Record to the HDD and then copy to the disc. The spindle does spin however, 3 - 4 times, after the third or fourth time the laser seeks a signal from the disk.
It isn't practical to change components like the laser diode by itself... Sign inYour AccountSign inYour AccountTry PrimeListsCart0 Your Amazon.comToday's DealsGift Cards & RegistrySellHelp (What are Customer Discussions?) Customer Discussions > Panasonic DMR-ES15S DVD Recorder with DV Input forum easy fix - error DigaDo's AVS posts were the most relevant/helpful ones that I've found so far. It also thinks a DVD is in the machine when the tray is empty and closed, making the same clunking sound that you report.
Both w/o taking it apart. The unit is carrying out the recovery process. Anyway I came across an article in this forum which indicates that it might be the 'laser' which has failed in the DVD drive unit. I did notice that on my new Panasonic DMRZ47 unit the same 'beeping' noise occurs first when a disk is inserted and then the disk spins up to speed.
U61 Error Panasonic Dvd Recorder
But it is strange that according to the manual, this U88 error code isn't a major technical issue. http://www.satellites.co.uk/forums/threads/panasonic-dvd-hdd-recorder-and-u88-error.134284/ Do you have this problem with all DVD discs including DVD-R?<< I use these as well as DVD+RW no dual layered. U88 Error Message Panasonic I took out the 3 screws holding the DVD drive top in place. i am most impressed with it as it was quite expensive DMR XW 350 if you want see mine http://www.panasonic.com.au/products/details.cfm?productID=7247 here's your manual, https://support.panasonic.co.nz/docstore/DMREH57%20Operating%20Instructions.pdf Page 68 error messages u80-------The unit fails
It went 'bye' and I turned it back on the got the code again. http://sisei.net/panasonic-dvd/panasonic-dvd-error-h02.html Could the 'laser' be faulty? If somone could point me in the direction of a service manual with drawings and some advice on disassembling the drive I would have a look. 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
Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Have you tried a Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden disc, arguably the best two disc makers today, just to make sure it's not disc related? except for Password , Owner ID, and time settings. http://sisei.net/panasonic-dvd/panasonic-dvd-s35-error-h02.html Regards Merete 0 LVL 15 Overall: Level 15 Home Theaters 1 Message Active today Author Closing Comment by:speed_542009-11-02 thanks for the help but i'll send it off for repair 0
Panasonic were my discs of choice but are no longer produced, Verbatim are the next best thing. The problem is it did reset itself, but nothings changed. I think that the Verbatim brand is about the only one I haven't yet tried - and at the moment I'll give anything a shot!
Datawrite (in my experience) work for a while but are unreliable long-term.
With thanks again for your help. I've not had the U61 code, though. Nothing could be done besides turning the unit on and then off.My first instinct is to search online and find fixes, other customers with the same issues and try to repair Reply With Quote 29-10-0809:58 PM #7 CaptainWaggett View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Country: Join Date Feb 2008 Posts 25,718 Liked 492 times I've never had much success
Products Support News Where to buy Promotions Business Double click to configure Header panel component. Channel Hopper, Jun 20, 2010 #1 Topper Amo Amas Amant Admin Staff Member Joined: Nov 18, 2004 Messages: 19,601 Likes Received: 2,378 Trophy Points: 113 My Satellite Setup: IDD CI24 ECONO The failure was a motherboard address buss to RAM issue which and had been a problem from the start of the unit. http://sisei.net/panasonic-dvd/panasonic-dvd-error-ho7.html All it does is make some HDD noises as it starts up, then goes straight back into standby, no time for menus to appear so no chance of using the remote
Their parts list does not have a DVD drive? there is no disk in the drive as i was able to eject it. Can anyone help. If you can easily take it apart, try the compressed air trick since you'll have better access (I think).
DigaDo generally seeks out similar second-hand recorders and cannibalizes the drives, it ends up being much cheaper. I'm going to research other combo units and see if I can find a better one for the price. Select a product OK Cancel Sort by Default Summary New or Updated Description Direction Ascending Descending Search Tips 'U88' is displayed and the disc cannot be ejected.