Question about Toshiba M665 VCR
After a power surge, the VCR blew the 1.6a main fuse. Replacement fuses blow as soon as the VCR is plugged into a power outlet.
I assume a diode and/or cap in the power supply has shorted. I have no schematic and am unable to troubleshoot the power supply or determine the value of some components. Any suggestions?
It is a Panasonic PV4651 and it does have a separate module for the supply.
The part no is : ASSY. NO VEPS 1002- Power circuit ref. no 1000 series Made in SINGAPORE
If I can find one, I will bw fine
Posted on Nov 19, 2011
These are switch mode power supplies and very difficult to
repair. If you don't find all the blown components, they just
blow up again when you try it. If that model has a separate
module for the supply, you can try and order a replacement, but they
usually are too expensive.
What model is it? Maybe I have a junker I can take the supply from for you?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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