Question about JVC DR-MV150B DVD Recorder/VCR
Unit just dies. It was working in the Am and when I got home later in the day, the unit was off and cannot get it restarted. Tried holding the power button (on remote plus the unt itself), and unplugging the unit (and trying different outlets). There might have been a power surge, but other devices plugged into the same power strip/surge protector were not affected. Nit sure what the problem is or whether it would be worth it to send to JVC for repair. Unfortunately, JVC website says it must be sent to a Texas facility for repair, plus the amount (waranty expired, natch). Of course, since I don't now what's wrong, and can't get an estimate not sure if its worth pursuing the repair route or just get a new unit? Anybody have any ideas why the power went out and won't come back on?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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