Question about Panasonic Televison & Video
When i go to record my shows the display shows clock not set. Press Ok to change but no response. can i reset the machine.? thanks RR
Set time & date.try change memory ic or" repogram for reset the machine.
Posted on May 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Set Clock Greyed out
I have the same problem - clock set is grayed out. Called
Panasonic tech support .. this is the solution I was given. It
works, but too bad the root problem can't be fixed (bug ridden unit).
Solution is to "reset" the unit - then go back into the menu system and set the clock. How to reset the unit (don't worry - anything on the HD stays intact):
1) go to DVD mode
2) remove any DVD in player & close tray
3) on front panel, behind door - press & hold BOTH channel up & down keys for 5-10 secdons -- until you see a message that the system is rebooting
4) wait till it reboots, go back in the menu and set the time.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
Thank you for your support. I have solved the problem on my DVD Recorder by reading other peoples solutions to this problem. My DVD display was showing DVD3 and all buttons would not work. So on the handset I pressed the ENTER/OK button and no. 3 button together for a few seconds, this cleared DVD3. I was so pleased that this worked. croneruk, 6/10/2008
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
HOLD or X HOLD? If the latter - which is most likely - then the Child Lock has been activated! Press and hold ENTER and RETURN simultaneously until HOLD disappears!
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Here is what you will need. This is assuming you do not have a HD cable box.
1) A two port cable splitter available at your local hardware or electronics store. VERY IMPORTANT- this splitter needs to pass up to 1000 mghz so you do not interfere with the functions of the cable box. Also, when purchasing this don't be fooled gold does not always equal good (a common mistake made by folks).
2) 1 small coax cable.
3) 3 Additional coax cables. (1 long enough to reach from the wall to the cable box. 1 long enough to reach from cable box to the TV. 1 long enough to reach from wall to the VCR. These cables should be RG6 coax cable (about the width of a standard wooden pencil)
4) 2 RCA cables (Yellow/Red/White)
Here is how you need to connect the cables....
1) Use the small coax cable and connect it from the WALL to the INPUT of the two way SPLITTER.
2) Use one of the coax cables and connect it to the OUTPUT of the SPLITTER. Connect the other end of this cable to the INPUT of the CABLE BOX.
3) Use one of the coax cables and connect it to the OUTPUT of the CABLE BOX to the INPUT of the TV.
4) Use one of the coax cables and connect it to the OUTPUT of the SPLITTER. Connect the other end of this cable to the INPUT of the VCR.
5) Use one of the RCA cables and connect to the DVD/VHS COMMON OUT on the VCR. Connect the other end of this cable to the VIDEO IN on the back of the TV.
6) Use the other RCA cable and connect it to the VIDEO OUT on the back of the CABLE BOX. Connect the other end to the IN 1 on the back of the VCR.
Here is how to set up the VCR-
1) Tune the TV to the video input that you connected the VCR to.
2) Go to the auto program in the menus for the VCR and select "CABLE" as the source and you should now be able to get all the channels you would normally get without the cable box.
3) This will give you the option to record shows from basic cable on the VCR. While copying these channels you will still be able to tune the TV to CH 3 for the cable box and watch TV normally through the cable box.
4) If you want to copy one of the channels that is only available with the cable box you will still be limited to only being able to watch that channel while it is recording but here is how you will do it.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
Your DVD-VCR contains a 24-hour clock and calendar used to:
Automatically stop programme recording
Preset your DVD-VCR to record a programme
You must set the date and time when:
You purchase the DVD-VCR
Do not forget to reset the time when you change
clocks from winter to summer time and vice versa
 Press SETUP on the remote control.
Result: The MAIN MENU is displayed
 Press the corresponding up/down button or Forward/Reverse buttons to select the
CLOCK SET option.
 Press the ENTER button to select this option.
Result: The CLOCK SET menu is displayed
 Press Reverse or Forward button to select the hour, minutes, day, month and year.
Result: The option selected flashes
 Press the Up/Down buttons to increase or decrease the value.
Result: The day of the week is displayed automatically
You can hold the Up/Down buttons down to scroll more
quickly through the values
 On completion, press RETURN twice to exit the menu
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