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Panasonic pv-v4540vcr issue

Since a recent power interruption, we cannot get a picture back on, once the play button is activated. please help.
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You took a power SPIKE/SURGE, then the power went off, then on again. It might be fixable-at a cost. Happened to me when the electric company got their wires crossed while repairing a downed line. Actually melted my surge protector. Next time learn what I learned-buy a surge protcetor with the FASTEST response time.

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