Question about Televison & Video
VCR sony SLV-77 is loosing the program every power failure and I have to program it again every time
Please help me
Have a look around inside for something that looks like this:
It's a memory retention capacitor and it's used to store a charge which will keep an IC with power when the device is not connected to the mains. When they go the effect is the same as what you say is happening. They often have only that 5.5 volt rating so are easy to spot compared to normal capacitors. They are not expensive either!
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