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Panasonic tv playing an sad card. What to push on remote to keep playing videos I have recorded. Red button plays only one at a time. I want continuous playback. Thanks

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SOURCE: red light on power button flashes, but no picture....blank screen

I would suspect a problem in either the backlight assembly, or the power supply that drives it. If it's the power supply, the part may be over $100.

Posted on Jan 18, 2007

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SOURCE: Panasonic NV-DS27 - "playback blank"

try to clean the video head using a blank new tape and fast forward it 5 times if needed...dont use a video cassette cleaner it will ruin your video head...

Posted on Aug 10, 2007

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SOURCE: How to erase recordings on the Panasonic RR-US500

I called the Future Shop where I bought the recorder and the salesman looked at the manual online and saw that the Delete instructions do not tell you what you need to know.

To Erase or Delete recordings from this recorder, you have to select the track or file you want to erase, hit the Erase button, see that track number flashing THEN hold the Erase button down for a full second.

You can toggle until ALL comes up and then erase all your files at once if you wish.

You can also hit the Erase button first and then select the track you want recorded. The important thing to know is that you then have to see the number flashing THEN hold the Erase button down for a full second.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Panasonic NV-gs50

where can i get drivers for the NV-GS50

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Panasonic remote and volume/channel buttons do not work

My son put a penny in the SD card slot of my Pansonic flat screen tv. I finally got the penny out but now the volume and tv controls do not work. I can change the channels through my cable box but that is it. The volume does not work on my cable remote or the flatscreen. What do you suggest I do to fix this problem?? Thanks, Josh

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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