Question about JVC Televison & Video
There is an internal fuse, usually sits near the mains input socket on the internal power supply. It may have just "popped" so replacing it might activate the VCR. However if it has blown severley then there will be a short circuit in the power. If is has not blown then you need to check that you are getting the secondary voltage from the transformer using a multi meter. It is most probable one of the capacitors in the power supply has failed. Take a close look at them to see if there is any swelling on the top of any capacitor, if so replace it.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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