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DVDs on Panasonic combo unit but not finalised. Combo

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DVDs burnt on Panasonic combo unit but not finalised. Combo defunct bought another Panasonic recorder- player but DVDs will not play on it. Can I do anything to rectify, please?
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hi your answer has not been able to read

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hi Michael what do you want to know?

Hi Walter and good morning,
are you saying you bought a new DVD player/recorder but the recorded DVDs don't play on that unit?
Also are you talking about the old DVD's you already recorded on a different machine?
Please be specific abut this it will help me greatly.
Thanks Walter.
Tech Michael
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Michael the DVDs were burnt on a Panasonic combo unit but they won't play on the Panasonic player/recorder I bought when the combo packed up

Thank you Walter, First make sure the DVD's actually recorded. If they will play on a different machine its just that the home made DVD's made on the Burner you used arent aligned internally the same. I have seen this many times myself. Its like some home made VHS tapes wont play well on other machines. I wish I had better news for you I really do. Tech Michael

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