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I need a cct diagram for mentioned JVC VCR model HR-J210ES/SA. The power supply does not start up.semiconductors measure fine

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Not many of us could help you, a quicker solution would be to Google your above question. " CCT Diagram+HR-J20ES/SA"

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Time to get a new one and a better surge protector. My UPS logs show a 1200+v spike the day it died. We had storms all around us and thunder in the distance, but nothing close by and no rain, but the spike still made it to our inadequate surge protector.

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