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We had a number of power outages one night and the next day the VCR is dead, no display or anything what so ever. The fuse in the plug is ok and the line fuse in the unit is good as well. There is mains voltage across the internal fuse but there doesn't appear to be any low voltage. Nothing looks burnt or frazzled. Any clues would be helpful. Thanks.

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  • Malcolm Parsons Sep 10, 2010

    I have now found the problem. It was the voltage regulator. Its generic name is STRG 6352 but the Panasonic part no. is c5haczz00002 and this is available from chsinteractive.

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Well it might be broken now you should go with a dvd player because they are better and are easier to care for and most of vhs is on dvd too.

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