To troubleshoot a Panasonic television, start by checking the Panasonic remote to see if the DBS, DVD and VCR buttons are active. You have to deactivate these buttons and push the TV button on for the television to function. Sometimes the television may stop functioning due to the timer option, an incorrect jack connection or the program lock option.Continue Reading
If the VCR, DVD or DBS buttons are lit on the Panasonic television remote, turn them off, and select the TV option on the remote. The VCR, DVD and DBS buttons operate other features of the audio/video system and must be deactivated for the Panasonic television to function.
If the edges of the images on your screen appear as if they are cut off or the screen appears distorted, you must adjust the screen ratio. Select the aspect button on your remote, and cycle through different screen sizes until you find the original screen ratio. Cycling of screen sizes allows you to watch programs in their original ratios.
If your Panasonic television turns on and off unexpectedly, choose the timer option on the remote menu, and change the timer settings. If you can’t access some channels, check the channel lock feature by selecting the lock feature on the menu button. Shut the channel lock option off to start receiving programs on the stations you like.
To record TV programs, connect the source signal of the device to a recording device, such as a VCR, DVD recorder or DVR, and tune the TV to the channel you wish to record. Alternatively, record the program on a computer using a recording software.Full Answer >
There are different ways to convert VHS to DVD, but a simple method is to connect the adapter to the computer and VCR and install the software. Convert the VHS to a blank DVD and burn the disc.Full Answer >
Depending on the model of the television and VCR, there are multiple options available to connect them together. By using red, white and yellow RCA cables, you can carry the video and audio to the TV, and an additional coaxial cable can be used to send a signal to the VCR.Full Answer >
The Panasonic DMR-EX83 and the Panasonic DMR-EX79 are both highly reviewed HD DVD recorders on TrustedReviews.com as of 2016, and the Panasonic DMR-EX773 is highly reviewed on Tech Radar. Of the three, the Panasonic DMR-EX83 is the most highly rated. Tech Radar gives it nine out of 10, particularly highlighting its ease of use and picture quality.Full Answer >