Question about Sanyo DVW-6100 DVD Player/VCR
My house got hit by lightning and my old sanyo vwm-710 got caught. I have my cable running through it and it will still play video but he sound has disappeared. Is this an easy fix or should I just chuck it?
You should probably just chuck it, Unless you paid a lot of money for it, which might make a repair worth while, the replacement cost would be a lot less than the repair cost. There is likely a circuit board or capacitor inside the unit that needs to be replaced, and the labor alone is going to run you $75 and up.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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