Panasonic recorder is coooking my disc!

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by dude1971, Apr 2, 2004.

  1. dude1971

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    Afternoon

    As the thread indicates, after 45 minutes of playing a dvd-r the dics comes out hot. Not warm, hot. It's peeling the edges of the labels off, so they are flaking off which I don't want to happen, obviously.

    Is this happening to anyone else with a Panasonic e60?

    Regards

    Dude
     
  2. Jules

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    Not happening on my e60.
    But then I'm comparing it to my Denon DVD-A1 where sometimes discs come out feeling like they've been on gas mark 6.

    I think its just a trait of some drives, and I believe some E60's have been made with different drives.
     
  3. dude1971

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    Did you consider it a fault on your Denon? Surely that kind of heat can't be good for the disks. When the labels peel of they look terrible :-(

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    Dude
     
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    I guess thats why they call it DVD burning!!! Ha ha, sorry.

    Seriously dude1971, I think you need to get that panny seen to. It really shouldn't be incinerating your discs.
     
  5. dude1971

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    Thanks, that's what I thought. I just wondered if it was a trait that everyone else was putting up with :-o

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