Problems With the Panasonic DMR-E75V

Updated April 17, 2017

The Panasonic DMR-E75V is a dual-deck DVD and VHS video recorder featuring Progressive Scan technology with a static-to-noise ratio of 45 dB, Plug-In Auto Tuning and 16 customisable recording timers for automated video recording. The Panasonic DMR-E75V also features DVD-RAM, VCD, MP3 and CD-R playback support. According to Panasonic's DMR-E75V operating instructions manual, there are simple solutions to several common problems experienced by users while recording with the DRM-E75V.

Standby Mode

The Panasonic DMR-E75V features a power-saving Standby mode. The DMR-E75V automatically enters Standby mode once the device has been idle for six hours. You can configure the device to enter Standby mode after being idle for a user-defined amount of time or you can disable Standby mode. Press the "Functions" button on the DMR-E75V, use the arrow buttons to select "Set Up" and press "Enter." Select "Off Timer," choose the setting you desire or select "Off" to disable Standby mode and press "Enter." Press "Return" to exit the "Functions" menu.

Dim Display Unit

If the DMR-E75V's display unit is dim or difficult to read, you can increase the intensity of the display unit from the "Display" menu. Press the "Functions" button, select "Display" and choose "Front Display." Select "Bright," "Dim" or "Automatic" and press "Enter." The "Automatic" setting automatically dims the display unit during video playback and recording and turns the display unit off when the device is in Standby mode.

Still Mode

When the DMR-E75V is paused during video playback, the image displayed on your televsion may be shaking or blurred and difficult to read. You can configure the DMR-E75V's "Still Mode" settings to solve this problem. Press the "Stop" button to stop the video, press "Functions," select "Display" and choose "Still Mode." Select "Field" if the image begins to shake once it is paused or select "Frame" if the image is blurred and difficult to read.

Disc Will Not Eject

If the DMR-E75V will not eject a disc, press the "Power" button to turn off the device. Hold down the "Stop" button and press the "Channel Up" button repeatedly for five seconds. Press "Eject" to remove the disc. If your device will not eject the disc, there may be a problem with the device's hardware.

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