Question about Emerson EWR20V4 DVD Recorder/VCR
It's just dead. Press the power button, eject button, etc., and nothing. No LEDs light up, no display at all. It's as if it's not even plugged in. But it is. In fact, I opened the case and used a voltage tester to make sure that power was reaching the electronics boards. It was. But yet the whole machine was dead.
Most of capacitors in the p/s board are probably bad, if your fuse is ok then its probably cheaper to buy a new one Julio firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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