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Anonymous asked in Consumer ElectronicsHome Theater · 7 years ago

Panasonic blu ray dvd player question?

I bought a blu ray player by Panasonic about six or seven months ago. It's always worked fine for me, it's been hooked up to my bedroom TV which doesn't have anything else connected to it besides the dvd player (I don't have cable in my room)

So I just moved and have the exact same tv with the same set up and cords (still no cable) and tried to watch a DVD but the player is saying the disk is incompatible! This is a DVD I have watched before on this player... I tried four more discs, some blu ray and some not and got the same error. What the heck is going on here? I tried restarting, unplugging, and keep getting that dang error! My music still works through it, and I know it didn't get damaged in the move because it was in the back seat of my car the whole time with no other boxes or anything. So why can't I watch a movie?!

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  • max c
    Lv 5
    7 years ago
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    Does your player have a LAN connection. If so check with panasonic website for a firmware upgrade. If nothing happen's it's a hardware problem.

  • 4 years ago

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  • 7 years ago

    There's obviously something wrong with the blu-ray player. Whether it had anything to do with you moving it or not is hard to say, but moving it shouldn't cause a problem like that - except *maybe* if it got its brains scrambled by having the power unplugged and replugged.

    All I can suggest is to reset the player; the instructions are in this video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc_sgsqZ2No

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    If that doesn't fix it, then you need to try to get it repaired or replaced. If it's still in warranty it should be free to do that.

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