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My Pioneer DVR 320 des not power-up The fuse is OK There is power on the circuit board I suspect a power surge on power faiure One part id as AR1 tests open I do not know what that AR1 part is looks like a resistor but may be an MOV or diode Thanks for your assistance dunnharvey@videotron.ca The power on light does not light-up

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Need to check the power supplies outputs (voltage).

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My Pioneer DVR-520H DVD Player works fine but sometimes when it is powered off the power just goes completely. When this happens I plug it into a different socket or just pull out the power cable from the...


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