Question about Sanyo VHR-H647 VHS VCR
When a cassette is inserted in the machine ,it switches off after about 5 seconds,it stays on if no cassette is in the machine.(This first happened shortly after a power cut).
It sounds to me that it wasn't the power going off that caused the problem, but when it came back on! They are called surges and they cause damage to the power supply to any electrical equipment. Most parts in the power supply area have to replaced with the same thing for safety (fire prevention). If it's gone there you might have a job getting it fixed. The cost might not be worth it, even if you could do it yourself (not recomended).
In future connect TV's videos and computer etc through Anti-surge plugs (the ones with the lights that tell you it's working) you can then scrap that instead of expensive equipment.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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