Question about GE VG4040 VCR
I assume you unplugged the unit for several minutes and tried plugging it back in to reset it. Is the outlet ok? Did you try plugging something else into the same outlet and it worked?
If the cord is ok and the fuse isn't blown and the VCR is completely dead, I would say that you have a problem in the power supply section. This could be a bad transformer, rectifier or regulator module. Unfortunately you'll need to take it to be serviced.
Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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