Question about Pioneer DVR-107D DVD±RW Burner
No I don't have a warranty. I asked if we could go to an electronics store and buy what is necessary and repair it ourselves or if this is something that has to go in for service.
Ok, I see. If its a blown fuse you can fix it yourself. You have to open the dvr and look for the fuse near the power board. You can read the value from the old fuse and buy a new one from a electronics shop.
Replaceing the fuse is as far as I recommend you go. If it's not the fuse I would recommend you have a friend with technical skills to have a look at it. as the repair companys might take a fee for diagnostics.
here are a few exambles of fuses
Posted on May 23, 2008
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