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Is there a EX8503 manual?
Estone dvd players:
3450 W. Central Ave. #241
Toledo, OH 43606, USA
Tel: (888) 653-2246 Fax:(888) 653-2246
Contact: David Mondelli US Sales Manager
Tel: (888) 653-2246 x102
Technical support for EX7500, EX8500, EX8502, EX8503 & iRV6500 DVD Players, please contact
QAV (Patrick Industries Inc)
Tel: (574) 293-1521
address: 1930 W. Lusher Ave, Elkhart, IN 46517
on Jun 25, 2014
My Panasonic S35 DVD player
If the unit is designed to operate at 110V AC, then plugging it into 220V or more without the appropriate multi-current (240-110V) transformer and relative voltage switching circuitry to the PSU (to accommodate the higher current load) is very dangerous. Because of the excess voltage applied, the DVD player's power supply cannot handle this, is basically destroyed, and therefore it would be uneconomical/expensive to repair; although due to the possible extent of the over-voltage damage, I doubt it would be repairable.
To put it bluntly, the whole unit would be a write-off, as the damage to the power supply may have also compromised many of the components on the motherboard. It wouldn't be cost-effective to replace every single part in the circuit. You most likely will need to buy a new player (or find a similar used working one which is not damaged for a cheaper price if that's what you want) and if you do, check to make sure it is a mulit-system/multi-voltage model (can operate between 110V and 240V AC, and is capable of doing so SAFELY) to prevent a disaster like this from happening in the future.
The risks of electrical incidents like this are far too great to even contemplate. One can be lucky sometimes.
on Mar 06, 2011
I am seeing the code H02 on the display panel when
This is what the manual says:
Trouble may have occurred. The number following "H" depends on the status of the unit.
Press [POWER ?/I] to switch the unit to the standby mode and then back to ON. Alternatively, press
[POWER ?/I] to switch the unit to the standby mode, disconnect the AC power supply cord, and then
If the service numbers fail to clear, note the service number and contact a qualified service person.
I know these things you have tried so here is the contact information for customer service:
In the U.S.A., contact the Panasonic Customer Call Center at
1-800-211-7262, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or the
on Mar 01, 2011
When trying to play a computer generated DVD +R
The disc is probably an incompatible format for this model player. Even if the disc is finalised in your PC, or in a DVD recorder, this player may still be unable to read it. Some DVD recorder/players do not recognise DVD+R (or +R DL) media, while others won't recognise +/-RW discs (except CD-RW); this is a model limitation - not a fault with either your player, the PC burning software or the discs themselves.
Nothing can be done to fix this except purchasing a model which accepts multimedia (+R/DVD-RAM etc). The question is, does your player play ANY normal DVDs? I am guessing your player will accept DVD-R DL discs just fine since this is standard as well as proper shop-bought movies.
on Feb 19, 2011
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