(Model# DDV9555- Dual VCR) Used remote to switch from 'standby' to 'on', when unit LEDs began flashing rapidly. Unplugged then replugged; Unit did not light up. Is there anything user friendly that I can do to restore power? Reset button?
I have a Emerson DVD/CD player, model no.EWD2204.
Will not turn on when you push the power button. Is there a simple solution to fixing this, or would it be cheaper just to purchase a new DVD/CD player. this one is only about 3 years old. Thanks for any help on this problem.
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You need to release the timer to access the VCR. Press the Timer Set button on the remote or the Stop/Eject button on the recorder. Then press the VCR button.
Please note: the scheduled recording will not run as programmed unless you press the Timer Set on the remote again. (The timer locks the VCR until the scheduled ON time.) The DVD player is controlled separately and becomes the default unit.
The clock settings will only be retained if you power down the unit via the On/Off button on the remote or on the unit i.e. put the unit into standby mode. If you switch off mains power the clock settings are lost as there is no backup battery in the unit. Power consumption on standby is negligible.
My grandmother had the same problem. Whenever you press "timer set" to set the timer, it automatically turns off the VCR and whenever you turn it back on the VCR is locked and it's stuck on DVD. All you have to do is press "timer set" to unlock the VCR side. Then you may have to press "VCR" to switch it back. Hope this helps.
you could try checking the plug fuse.
or opening the casing, and seeing if theres an on board fuse located near to the mains power inlet. usually a small glass fuse. 0.5 to 1.5 Amp quick blow type.
Make sure you switch off and unplug before attempting this.
if the fuse blows again, when you switch it back on, unless it,s warranted. Bin It and buy a new One.
Mike @ Compurepair.