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Power will not stay on.

Power will come on for 1-3 sec. then go out. tape drum will move but not allow tape to eject or even to turn camera on for preview or any other functions.

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Even if the TV is connected to the VCR, chances are that it would only be the signal (RF or Audio/Video) cables and not the power cords. Both not powering on would indicate an electrical problem such as:
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2. blown fuse or popped open circuit breaker;
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