Model #VRDVD4005 Sansui dvd/vcr combo

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Q:

Do you have a user guide for a Sansui DVD/Recorder VRDVD4005?

A:

I was able to pull up your owner's manual on the ManageMyHome website here typing Sansui as the brand and VRDVD4005 as the model.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
April 24, 2009
Q:

What does “incorrect disc C104� mean?

A:

The owner's manual says that the error is caused by an disc that is not recognized. This could mean that a DVD+R is being used instead of a -R or the other way around. It could mean that the region code is not set properly. I could mean that the pickup is not reading the disc correctly and not recognizing it. It was not as specific as I would have liked it to be but it does seem to happen and the discs themselves seem to work on other players too.

If you are watching recorded discs, try deleting the main menu. I have seen a few posts by users who have noticed their disc started being read after they did this. The program used to backup your DVD should have the option to save the menu. Disable this as well as setting the region code. The lens could use a cleaning as well since you mentioned these discs used to work. I do not recommend using a disc cleaner since all it does is rub on your lens. Taking the unit apart is the best way to do this but since it can void your warranty or be damaged by mishandling I would skip this step if you are unfamiliar with this.

I remember a headache I had a while back with my writer not liking a particular brand of discs. I would try some different settings and discs before condemning the DVD recorder.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
November 23, 2009
Q:

Why does my DVD/VCR recorder have no sound on video 2?

A:

First check the connections on the DVD/VCR. The component jacks sends video through three cables Red Blue and Green. The audio will need either 2 additional wires (White/Red) or digital audio out if available. Most DVD/VCR combos only allow the DVD to be seen through the component output jacks, a separate connection for the VCR might be needed.

If the five cables are secure on the Combo and they all match (you don't have Video1 video with Video2 audio) then check to make sure they are going in properly into the TV. If you would like more help with this situation then write me another question with the model of the TV as well as your exact connections being used. In my experience, starting from scratch usually finds the step you skipped to hook everything up.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
October 20, 2009