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Daewoo vcr av4231457a > had a power surge and now it is dead, what do you think is wrong with it? what parts do you think I need? how much? and how much labor?

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  • alora loomis Feb 02, 2010

    Thank you so much. I am going to do that tonight. I am very grateful!!

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Hi aloraloomis
To answer your question;
Usually the power supply will be the first circuit that will be affected by a power surge.
The first thing to do is to lift the cover and follow the power cord, there should be a fuse (usually 1.6amp) near by.
The value of it should be written on the circuit board and on the ends caps of the fuse itself.
Try it and let me know

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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