Question about Toshiba SD-V394 DVD Player/VCR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No power
It's very unlikely that you will be able to repair a unit with no power.
You can check the fuse, but if you're not into electronics, you will not know how to test the electronic components and explaining how to do so is beyond the scope of this website.
As these units are under $100, it is unlikely you will find a repair shop willing to repair it. Also, parts such as the transformer mentioned by buzzcasper are unlikely to be available unless you have a scrap unit to scavange from.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
maybe your connections are wrong.
The yellow pin is for video, while the white and red pin are for audio left and right.
So, your wires will be connected to video and audio "OUT" from your player and connected to "IN" respectively on your TV.
That's how it gos. Its a input and output law. The Player will be sending out the pictures and sounds (OUT) and the TV will be receiving from the other end (IN).
Its as simple is that. But if there is still no picture, then cross check your video wire (yellow), maybe its bad.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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