Question about Panasonic DMR-EZ485VK DVD Recorder/VCR
DVD recorder was set to record an upcoming event when electrical storm occurred. DVD recorder power went off along with TV, tuner and other components that were hooked up thru surge protection. All other components work fine afterwards except DVD recorder. Can't get it to come on at all.
It is very likely that a fuse has blown inside the unit. If you have warranty on the device you should get the manufacturer to replace it. However if it's out of warranty and your not afraid to open up the case of a DVD player you should be able to unplug the unit. Remove the screws and then look for a small glass type fuse located on the main board of the DVD player. It will have two tin ends and a glass tube in the middle. Remove it with a small pair of pliers being careful not crush the glass tube. Replace it with the same type of fuse with the correct voltage and amperage.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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