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Panasonic NV-V8000 no apparent power ,fails to switch on

Panasonic NV-V8000 hi fi video recorder was working ok 6 months ago the stored now will not appear to power up at switch on no lights appear but power is on power modules and internal fuses are not blown there is 350 volt dc on switch mode large capacitor and on a sub board has 46 volts .any advice would be helpfull many thanks Neville

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Check all the small size capacitors on the power board (switching ps). There is a small capacitor that will need to be replaced sooner or later. (They dry out with age).

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

  • pnnielsen Jan 19, 2009

    To clarify: I'm talking about electrolytic capacitors, not regular capacitors.

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