Question about GoVideo Go Video DVD/VCR Combo
Unit so I can copy some old VHS tapes to DVD. Or is there a DVS that I can hook up to the combo unit without hooking it up to another VCR.
did you check the +5 volts if exactly? and the +9voltsif exactly? now if you got over voltages in the said voltages you got abnormal power oscillation! or did you check the regulator? maybe the ADJUST Pin is in abnormal function! and try to unload the power board then you can test run the power board by checking the voltages in secondary.
Posted on Nov 07, 2007
I had the same issue. You probably have your unit connected with the newer cables that are red, blue and green. These are more sophisticated and offer better quality for the DVD portion. However, they will not carry the video for the VCR, only the audio.
You need to connect a *yellow* Video Out cable from your DVD/VCR to the Video In on your TV, this should carry the video for the VCR! Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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