Question about VCRs
Hi, I've got a 1970 Magnavox stereo console turn table. I need to get it repaired. I'm almost certain the trouble is in the arm, poss. a short or wiring glitch.
Need a las vegas Nv repair person that knows what they're doing.
Have you some experience in opening and repairing Electronic equipments? Or does your husband / partner have any experience?
From what you have described, it seems that one of the belts has snapped or become loose.
Unplug the VCR, opem the bottom cover, and check the belts. If any of them is loose, or snapped, replace.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
the most probable cause of malfunction in your equipmenty is a a electrolitic capacitor in the power source. The capacitor is marked with a value of 1uF 400V in the primary side of the PSU. Replace them and the unit is alive for 20 years more!!!
Greats and good luck!!
Posted on May 09, 2011
SOURCE: I need a manual for
The link that I have provided below will take you to the manual you are looking for.
If you cannot see this manual, download Adobe Reader from this link, and you should be able to read it.
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
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