Question about Aiwa HV-MX1 VHS VCR
I have connected the VCR to the electricity but nothing happens.
Have you checked the fuse in the plug these can be brought cheap and easy to fit if you have allready changed this one then it is probably the one inside the video if you take the case off when it is unplugged and follow the power lead where it goes into the video you should see a glass fuse the same size as the one in the plug these can also be brought from a tv repair shop take the old one with you they will test it for you and should be able to give you a replacement hope this is some help......................
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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