Question about GoVideo DVR4400 DVD Player/VCR
Today 2-25-08 my clock change from 8:59am to 5:50pm. I went to setup to set clock and found the month of May was flashing wiht the year 2045. I reset time and date, quit setup in about 2 to3 mins. the time jumped ahead again. the time wont stay set correct on my GoVideo DVR4400
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Your DVD-VCR contains a 24-hour clock and calendar used to:
Automatically stop programme recording
Preset your DVD-VCR to record a programme
You must set the date and time when:
You purchase the DVD-VCR
Do not forget to reset the time when you change
clocks from winter to summer time and vice versa
 Press SETUP on the remote control.
Result: The MAIN MENU is displayed
 Press the corresponding up/down button or Forward/Reverse buttons to select the
CLOCK SET option.
 Press the ENTER button to select this option.
Result: The CLOCK SET menu is displayed
 Press Reverse or Forward button to select the hour, minutes, day, month and year.
Result: The option selected flashes
 Press the Up/Down buttons to increase or decrease the value.
Result: The day of the week is displayed automatically
You can hold the Up/Down buttons down to scroll more
quickly through the values
 On completion, press RETURN twice to exit the menu
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Check that C1801 is not leaky. If so, check if IC1801 has blown. If it has blown, it will also need to be replaced.
Usually it's only C1801 leaky, replace it and thats it.
You can find the capacitor on the main board, under the digital board that has ribbon cables going to the dvd drive.
Hope this helps.
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