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First register your loss with the person who was supposed to supply the goods. secondly, register your complaint with PayPal immediately using their own system, ensure you do this ASAP within say 48hrs of when you should have received your goods(sooner if possible) Dont worry if you have not done it within this time but it does help to register your notification ASA you know or suspect there is something wrong. Inform the seller as it is his responsibility to prove the goods were sent to you. It is also his responsibility to chase the Post Office or other courier as he entered into a contract to send the goods to you with them. You cannot chase the Post Office as the contract is between him and them! If the goods arrive, let everyone know ASAP too, that is only fair. Hope the above helps. Good Luck, Jon....
The problem with these units is the filter capacitors in the power supply. They should be removed and replaced with 25 v.dc capacitors...total cost for the capacitors £5. If you don't fancy doing the repair your self, perhaps you know of a good friend who can use a soldering iron!
The capacitors are 2200 micro farads radial mounting, 680 and 1200, all should be at least 25v dc working for a reliable recorder. The existing ones are prone to "leaking" and should never have been used...shame on you JVC!