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RCA DVD Recorder + Video Combo does not even turn on.

I don't know where the fuse is so I can first check that. Otherwise, I haven't a clue. I have watched two DVDs on this machine and have watched no VCRs because of its complication. It has never made a DVD from a Video. Obviously, it has been useless to me. I called while it was under a 2-year warranty (up in May of this year) and received no help. Now they won't even answer where the fuse is without a $65 up front fee. Would I recommend the unit? No, NO, No! If anyone can help me, please do. Thank you so much.

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Hi there,

This unit have a great value.
The fuse is located inside the recorder, 
before checking the fuse you need to check the power board, power plug, power cable, than fuse.

Good Luck!!
Thanks

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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