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Problem
A Music/Photo file does not play.
No return to start-up screen when
disc is removed.
will appear on the TV screen.
Buttons do not work or the unit
stops responding.
The unit does not respond to
some operating commands during
playback.
The unit cannot read Blu-ray Disc™
/ DVD/ CD.
Scene shooting Angle does not
switch.
Playback does not start when a Title
is selected.
Error message appears when I select
"Auto" in the "Menu Language".
Cannot play back AVCHD file.
The capacity of the USB Memory
Stick decreased.
Cannot play back a MPEG-2 video
and audio from the USB Memory
Stick.
Cannot read the contents on the
USB Memory Stick.
Cannot play back BD-Video.
Cannot play back 3D.
Cannot load a Blu-ray Disc™ (stuck
in "Loading..." mode) and cannot
Open the disc tray to eject the disc.
Cannot read a USB Memory Stick.
Cannot play back Photo files from
a disc.
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Confirm that the file type is supported.
Refer to page 20 for the compatible file extentions.
The file may be corrupted.
Check to see if it is playable on a PC or other devices.
Soft reset this unit by turning it Off for 30 seconds, then On again.
To completely reset the unit, press and hold [
panel for 10 seconds to shut down the unit or unplug the AC power cord from
the AC outlet for 5-10 seconds.
The operation is not possible.
To soft reset the unit, press and hold [
for 10 seconds to shut down the unit or to hard reset the unit by unplugging
the AC power cord from the AC outlet for 5-10 seconds.
The operations may be prohibited by the disc. Refer to the instructions for
the disc.
Condensation? (Let the unit sit and dry for 1 or 2 hours)
Check to see if the disc is compatible with this unit. (Refer to page 19.)
Wipe dirt off the disc from the center to the outside or replace the disc.
Refer to "Cleaning Discs" on page 56.
Angles cannot be switched for Blu-ray Disc™ / DVD which do not contain
multiple Angles. In some cases multiple Angles are only recorded for
specific scenes.
Check the settings in "Parental Control" menu.
Make sure that the unit is connected to a TV that is compatible with HDMI
CEC and the "EasyLink" is set to "On".
This error message may appear when your TV's OSD language is not
supported by this unit.
This unit cannot play back stand-alone AVCHD files (*.m2ts, *.mts or *.m2t)
written to a DVD. The DVD containing AVCHD files must have a proper file
and folder structure meeting AVCHD format specifications. Please use
AVCHD compliant device / software to burn or copy AVCHD files to DVD.
(Please refer to user manuals of the device / software for more information.)
Data may be written on the USB Memory Stick when a BD-video uses the
Virtual Package feature while a USB Memory Stick is connected to the unit.
MPEG-2 is not compatible with this unit.
The USB Memory Stick is not compatible with this unit or the contents may
be damaged.
Try and Turn Off the unit, then turn it back On.
To soft reset the unit, press and hold [
for 10 seconds to shut down the unit or to hard reset the unit by unplugging
the AC power cord from the AC outlet for 5-10 seconds.
Connect a USB Memory Stick (256MB or more of available memory) which
is formatted on this unit. Some discs require memory when playing back
content.
Do not disconnect the USB Memory Stick during playback.
3D Blu-ray™ discs are not supported by this unit.
Unplug unit from AC outlet for 20 seconds. Plug unit back in and press the
[
(OPEN/CLOSE)] on the unit to eject the disc.
The format of the USB Memory Stick is not compatible with this unit. If the
USB Memory Stick has been formatted on a PC or another device, the file
system may be incompatible with this unit. This unit supports the FAT16 /
FAT32 file systems.
Make sure that the disc was recorded in the UDF, ISO9660 or JOLIET
format.
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