Programing The DVD Player's Remote Control To Operate The TV
To program the DVD player's remote control to operate your TV, follow these steps: Turn on the TV, and then aim the DVD players remote control at the TV. Press and hold the [TV Power] button on the DVD player's remote control. While holding the [TV Power] button, use the number buttons on
How To Finalize A DVD
Note: DVD+R, DVD+RW, and DVD-RAM can't be finalized. To finalize a DVD disc, follow these steps: Turn on your DVD recorder and TV set, and then set the source on the TV to the DVD recorder so the recorder displays on the TV. Put the disk you want to finalize into the recorder. With the DVD
Is There A Firmware Upgrade For My Older DVD Player?
Firmware is software that is embedded in the non-volatile memory of your DVD player that controls the functionality of the DVD player. Since Firmware varies by model and year, please locate the model number of your DVD player first and then follow the steps below to check if a Firmware upgrade is
How To Locate The Serial Number On Your DVD Player
This guide will help you locate the serial number on your DVD player.
How Do I Finalize a DVD?
After you have recorded everything you want to record on a disc, you need to finalize the disc before it can play back on any other player. To finalize a disc, follow these steps: With the recorded disc in the DVD recorder and the recorder in Stop Mode, press [Menu] on the DVD recorder's remote
Can I Record Multiple Programs on One Disc?
Can I Record Multiple Programs on One Disc? Yes, you can record multiple programs on one disc, space permitting. If you are using a non-rewritable disc (DVD-R), you can record up to 99 programs on one disc, space permitting. The disc can be removed from the recorder and returned later for
Can I Convert My VHS Tapes to DVD?
As long as the material on the tapes is not copy-protected, you can record VHS onto DVD. The copying will take place at normal speed, so a 90-minute movie will copy in 90 minutes.
How Do I Record from a DVR?
To record programs from your DVR, follow these steps. With your DVD recorder connected to your TV as normal and the TV, DVD recorder, and DVR off connect the DVR's video output to the DVD recorders video input. Note: You can connect the DVR and DVD recorder with RCA, S-Video, or Coaxial video
How Do I Connect My DVD Recorder to a TV/VCR Combo?
To connect a DVD recorder to a TV/VCR Combo: Connect a set of composite cables to the TV's Video Out. Connect the other end of the composite cable to the DVD recorder's Video In. Connect a second set of composite cables to the TV's Video In. Connect the other end of the composite cable to
On Which Discs Can My DVD Recorder Record?
Disc types vary by model and the year the model was released. For a specific list of the DVD types your DVD recorder can record to, see the Disc Specifications section in the Getting Started chapter of your owner’s manual. The Getting Started chapter in the manual is found before the table of
Why Does My Display Read 'SAFE'?
If the DVD recorder's display reads SAFE when using the remote or pressing buttons on the front panel, the unit's buttons are locked. To unlock the unit, press and hold the INFO button on the recorder's remote control for five seconds. The display will no longer read SAFE and the unit will
If I Record a Television Program, Will Closed Captions Be Recorded?
Recording a television program with the DVD recorder will record closed captioning. However, closed captions will appear during playback only when the DVD player is connected to the TV using a coaxial cable. Closed captioning is not compatible with HDMI or Component Video connections to the TV.
My Remote Control Is Not Working
If your remote control is not working, you need to determine if the problem is caused by your DVD player, the remote sensor, or the remote itself. Before troubleshooting the remote and the sensor, make sure your DVD player responds to the buttons on its front panel. If your DVD player won't
The Finalize Option Doesn't Appear In The Menu When I Try To Finalize A DVD
If the Finalize option does not appear in your DVD recorder's menu after youve recorded a disc, you may have recorded on a disc with a DVD format you can't finalize. The following DVD formats can't be finalized: DVD+R DVD+RW DVD-RAM The above formats will not finalize because of their
The Fan Keeps Running After The DVD Player Turns Off
It is normal for the fan inside your DVD player to keep running after you turn the player off. The fan continues to run for a few minutes to make sure the unit cools quickly and efficiently.
The Audio In My Recordings Does Not Sync With The Video
When the audio and the video in your recordings do not sync, something in your setup may be causing a video or audio delay. Below is a list of conditions that can cause your DVD player to lose the sync between the video and audio while it records. A weak signal from the TV source (cable,
The Digital Audio Cable (Optical) Does Not Stay In The Optical Port
If you are trying to connect a digital audio cable or optical cable to your DVD player and can't get the cable to stay in the optical port, you may have plugged the cable in incorrectly or the cable may be worn or defective. Below is a list of things you must do to ensure you connect your
Cleaning My DVD Player.
A DVD player must be kept clean in order to work correctly. If you are having issues playing back discs of all types, your player may be dirty or dusty. To clean your DVD player, do the following: Dust the outside of the player with a clean lint free cloth. Use a compressed air can to clean
Can't Record A TV Broadcast
If your DVD recorder is not recording TV broadcasts, you may not have the unit set up correctly. When setting up a DVD recorder, you must connect the DVD recorder to the TV and connect the source of the TV signal to the recorder. For example, if you have a cable box, you must connect it to the
No Image Is Displayed On The TV
An image from your DVD player may not appear on your TV for one of the following reasons: The DVD player is not connected correctly. The television is not set to the correct source. The video cable you used to connect the DVD player to the TV is defective. The video input jack on the TV is
I Can't Display The Menu
If you are trying to pull up the menu for your DVD player and nothing is coming up, the DVD player may not be connected to the TV. A DVD player must be connected correctly to the TV to pull up the menu. The menu doesn't display on the front of the DVD player because there is too much
Missing Parts Or Accessories
There are several ways to replace missing or defective parts and accessories for your Samsung DVD player. If your DVD player is under warranty, click the phone support button below to order a part by phone. If you like, you can also order a new part on line. To order a new part on line, click
How Do I Get An Owner's Manual
You can view and download most Samsung User Manuals on line from the Download Center. Click here to go to the Samsung Download Center now. The manuals are in PDF format. You can also purchase a printed copy of most user's manuals by calling our authorized parts distributor, J&J International,
My Recorded DVDs Will Not Play In Other Players
There are two reasons a DVD recorded on a Samsung DVD recorder does not play back on another player: The disc is not finalized The type of DVD you recorded on is not supported by the other player. Both conditions are discussed below. The DVD Is Not Finalized You must finalize DVDs after
No Sound With S-Video
If you are not getting audio while connected using S-Video, you may not have the audio cables connected. S-Video is a non-HD video connection that does not carry audio. It provides a better quality video signal than coaxial and RCA video cables. But, like RCA video, S-Video requires you to