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Palsonic problems Keeps loosing all the channels goes great for 3 weeks then stops

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Most remote problems are caused by the batteries dying. I suspect that in your case the remote is fine and device you zap with it has the problem. Some VCRs use a chip that has memory circuit, which is powered by a small capacitor called a memory retention capacitor. When these fail, the power to store the details of the channels is lost. I can put a picture of one of these capacitors up, you then just have to try and find it in the device!

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    where can I buy one from in the UK? What is it called

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