Question about Philips VR550 VHS VCR
Sounds like the capacitor on the start up voltage to the drive ic in the power supply has dried up.If you never unplugged vcr before you wouldnt have noticed problem.Now since unplugged cant start up properly.It is the capacitor nearest the ic in the psu can.If you know anyone handy at electronics should be an easy job for them.
Posted on May 11, 2007
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