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well, guess it finally had to happen. i only use it about once a month.


turned on.

loaded dvd-r (screen showed that it was loading), then 'in 1' showed on dvdr display. nothing on screen.

pressed 'fr', got 'set 2' on dvdr display. zip on screen.

after that, any button pushed on remote gives 'set 2' on dvdr display.

front panel controls seemed to do nothing with loaded dvd-r.

ejected dvd-r.


put in regular commercial dvd to test playback. it's ok, using front panel controls but no control with remote, kept getting 'set 2' message on front panel.


any ideas- bad remote?, dvdr?

remote has new batteries.
 

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Originally Posted by westgate /forum/post/16857357


well, guess it finally had to happen. i only use it about once a month.


turned on.

loaded dvd-r (screen showed that it was loading), then 'in 1' showed on dvdr display. nothing on screen.

pressed 'fr', got 'set 2' on dvdr display. zip on screen.

after that, any button pushed on remote gives 'set 2' on dvdr display.

front panel controls seemed to do nothing with loaded dvd-r.

ejected dvd-r.


put in regular commercial dvd to test playback. it's ok, using front panel controls but no control with remote, kept getting 'set 2' message on front panel.


any ideas- bad remote?, dvdr?

remote has new batteries.

"Set 2" indicates that your machine is set to use the #2 operating code. You may have accidentally switched your remote to another code, 1 or 3.


To set your remote back to code 2, press and hold the 2 button and the ENTER button at the same time for several seconds.


Later if you wish to set your machine to a different code go to the setup menu to reset the machine to the code of your choosing. Then reset the remote to that same code in the same manner as above.
 

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"Set 2" indicates that your machine is set to use the #2 operating code. You may have accidentally switched your remote to another code, 1 or 3.


To set your remote back to code 2, press and hold the 2 button and the ENTER button at the same time for several seconds.


Later if you wish to set your machine to a different code go to the setup menu to reset the machine to the code of your choosing. Then reset the remote to that same code in the same manner as above.

that seems to have done it! much thanks!
 

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that seems to have done it! much thanks!

Really! That was an easy one.
 

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Really! That was an easy one.

yes, it was. i should have figured it out for myself but guess i'm losing it...


and i haven't figured out how or what i did to cause the problem. it's never done that before in the three years i've had the '15'. it's been perfect til this.

must 'a nudged a wrong button or something.
 

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Blame the monkey


But seriously, IMO the ES-15 is one of the best work horses Panasonic made. No bugs and early in '07 they were
 

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guys, i knew when i posted my little problem here that one or more of youse would step up and 'fix' the problem in a matter of minutes.

sure enough, yawl did.


thanks again to all.


guess that's why they pay ya' the big bux!


 

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Really! That was an easy one.
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yes, it was. i should have figured it out for myself but guess i'm losing it...


and i haven't figured out how or what i did to cause the problem. it's never done that before in the three years i've had the '15'. it's been perfect til this.

must 'a nudged a wrong button or something.

I never meant to imply that you should have figured it out on your own, I meant to imply that answering a question like yours is very gratifiying. It is quick, specific, and you have your machine back in 100% working order in a snap! Glad we could help.
 

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I never meant to imply that you should have figured it out on your own, I meant to imply that answering a question like yours is very gratifiying. It is quick, specific, and you have your machine back in 100% working order in a snap! Glad we could help.

i didn't get that from you at all.
 
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