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There is nothing to look onto the power chord of any type of eletronic equipments. Choose a good quality one, with more strands inside its core, that is all. More the strands, the capability of the power chord increases. Look for a good wone which have enough flexiblility to its insulation. Usually MX is the better if you get. IK.
i have had this problem time and tim again with the cyberhome dvr 1600 dvd recorder its not the fuse thats the problem the converter on the power board is blown i have 7 of these with exactly thesame problem to fix it all you need is a new power board if you unscrew it and take the top off then the power bord is to your right hand side big long board where the mains plug in all you do is once you got a new power board unscrew the old one and screw the new one in and plug the cables back in boo it works and by the way i had 7 of these plugged in when lighteing struck and its the same problem with them all
After checking today to see no one offered any suggestions - I solved the problem the hard way - I went into settings and although the screen rolled, I was finally able to click onto the ntsc setting after about a half hour of tries and once I clicked it, my screen returned to normal -- i was then able to enter the code that made the player an all region player and was happily able to play a pal dvd I received recently. The procedure was simple -- offered by a European Cyberhome user -- the company is in bankruptcy so you cannot gt help from them. Note - my Cyberhome dvr is 1500- not 1600 as you listed it.
Start by checking the DVR format compatibility list, see if the dvd format matches. The check DVR settings for playing features that can be adjusted. Try other DVD's that have worked on your DVR previously.