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If you are able to check for a blown fuse internally, otherwise it probably is a faulty component on the power supply board. If you are not capable of doing this please trust a competant technician. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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With the DVD/VCR unit on, continue to depress the remote controller's "Code Search" button for about ten seconds, release, & the light on the remote controller should stay on. Continue to tap the remote controller's UP or DOWN channel button ONLY UNTIL the DVD/VCR unit responds. Then, press the power button on the remote controller once the channel has changed. If the DVD/VCR unit shuts off, then press the power button again to turn it back on. If the DVD/VCR unit turns on, then the remote controller has been correctly programmed. Otherwise, repeat this whole process until the remote controller is correctly programmed.
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