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No power to anything even display on Panasonic DVD Recorder DMR ES10

Checked fuse on power supply and it was OK. At C1260 on power supply, the capacitor looks popped and has 6VDC across it. Is that the right voltage and if it is what else could cause there to be no power for the display or even to run the unit.

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Try unplugging the AC cord from the back of the machine& your power strip for 1 minute and plug in again. I had the same problem,(the clock was working, so I didn't think it was that but it was). Must have had a glitch in the cord and needed to reset,

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