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Hi, Lucky for you there are only 1 set of audio in/out and video in/out so this is not difficult. If you want to hook to a monitor or tv use a standard set of RCA audio cables one connector on each end is white the other is red. The video output is a BNC male connector which you can easily adapt to an F connector which is the standard coaxial input you find on any tv or monitor. You can find this adapter to fit directly onto the BNC connectors and then use any standard tv cable. The same with the video in. The adapter is BNC female on one end to male F on the other end. You need 2. If you need any more help please ask but this should Fixya!
Remove case lid via two screws at sides, one at rear (power unplugged) lift off, remove front panel -clips are above and below and you should see battery on left side of front pcb when panel removed.
Hey and chill out too .... I am just a dude like you looking for some info for a prob I have - just given a few moments of my time to help you out .. I hope someone does the same for me!
There is a partial operators manual on this site, but it doesn't show the troubleshooting section.
This display may well indicate an error (abnormal) condition, which could be any number of things: A tape stuck in the machine, jammed loading or threading mechanism, defective optical sensor, or even an abnormality in the power supply. I'd suggest taking the top cover off, and looking inside for any obvious broken or bent mechanical parts.
If you have a voltmeter, you could also check the power supply voltages. There should be a +5 (logic circuitry supply), +12 (12-15volt) (motors) supply, and perhaps a -35 (approx) supply for the on vcr display.
If these is missing are radically off-tolerance, the VCR won't operate.
Beyond this, it probably isn't cost effective to take it into a repair center. Today's low cost electronics are made disposable, unlike the higher quality units back prior to the '90s.
This may indicate power supply problems, or perhaps an overload condition, causing the power supply to go into overload protection.
If you have a voltmeter, schematic (helpful but not 100% necessary), you could check voltages. You should see at +5 volts, +12 volts, and one or two others.
A frequent power supply problem is one or more electrolytic capacitors go wacky, and cause the voltages to be way off, and a non-operational unit.
If this is one of the newer low cost rigs, then taking it to a service center isn't cost effective. Toss it and purchase a new one.
You say that you have a little boy. Without knowing his age I can't be sure but I have had units come in with foreign objects in them causing a fault. Small children see you put tapes in and figure they can put things in too. It is not that difficult to check this. WITH THE UNIT UNPLUGGED! Remove the case, usually 2 phillips screws on either side and perhaps a couple on the back. Slide the case towards the rear and lift it at the same time. With the case off look for a foreign object in the tape compartment. If you don't find anything the problem is either a bad fault circuit, or a short in the circuitry causing the switch mode power supply to shut down for safety reasons. If this is the case and the unit is over 5 years old (and it is not an expensive unit) it is probably not worth repairing. Goog luck and remember safety first!
Is it plugged in?? When was the last time you used it?? Did this happen after a storm?? What make and model of vcr?? How old is it?? We need more info if you want help on your troubles then it dosent work.
following is pasted from SV-7000W manual:
1 To lock the VCR, hold down the P/STILL (II) button for
approximately five seconds.
Result: The lock indicator (LOCK) is displayed.
If a cassette is in the VCR when you lock it, the cassette will
first be ejected.
2 To unlock the VCR, hold down the P/STILL (II) button again for
approximately five seconds.
Result: The lock indicator (LOCK) is no longer displayed.
If that fails, try the same thing using the play/stop button.