Question about GoVideo Go Video DVD/VCR Combo
Inspect the power supply circuit. It is the first circuit in series with the power cord. Check if there are burnt parts especially leaking capacitors. If you have tester check if there is power coming from the power chord and then from the power supply circuit. If there is no power from the power supply circuit look for the items mentioned above or the circuit may be bad. While at it look for other burn components or leaking capacitors on the main board. Chances are the issue is with the power supply circuit as this is the first to go during a surge or a wrong voltage was supplied.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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