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HELLO, I HAVE A MEMOREX MVDR2100 DVD VIDEO RECORDER THAT WILL NOT TURN ON. THE FUSE SEEM TO LOOK AND TEST GOOD,BUT NO POWER GETTING TO THE SWITCH. I HAVE TRYED THE RESET IN THE INFO MANUAL. THANK YOU, JERRY

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    Jerry Vitzthum Dec 04, 2008

    I HAVE CHECKED ALL THE EASY THINGS, EVEN THE FUSE IS GOOD. WILL THE REMOTE WORK IF THE SWITCH ON THE UNIT BAD??

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HI YHER MAY BE ONLY 2 PROBLMS 1.fuse,,but you said i already checked it.then it is conformly  2.the wire,,,,,there may be any burnt region in wire connection due to high voltage or any loose connection wire
so make a test with multimeter....check whether the wires are ok....

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These units use a switch m ode power supply and these are not the easiest to repair. I have seen a number of these fail. If you can solder and have access to a few spare parts, you can try to repair this. There will not likely be any parts that appear defective. Try replacing the caps on the primary side (160-200V caps). If replacing those does not resolve the problem, look for Zener diodes on the secondary side that may be shorted.

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Hello Jerry.
You have done everything it tells you do in the manual, if the DVD is still under warranty take it back to be repaired, or you will have to remove the lid of the DVD player (screws at the sides/back) have a look inside the player for an internal fuse that may have blown, these are pretty easy to replace when you find it

Kind regads

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It seems that thjis is already a hardware problem and needs some part replacement , So I suggest you just take this to a repair center or have it replace if its still under warranty...

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Check out the power wire is it ok or got cut in between.also check out the board of the device if any component short on the board it will have no power.

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