Question about Zenith Televison & Video
Hello, This Zenith combination has the same power supply in common with the TV and VCR. The usual failure is in the VCR side, the loading belt starts loosening and it takes the timing adjustment out of whack, thus creating the momentary shutdown, until the TV is turned off and back on. It is not always the belts, some times the VCR just gets out of timing due to tape malfunction, drive clutch and or timing switch failure. The easiest thing to try, would be replacing the load belt(located to the Left side of the VCR assembly(as you are looking at the mechanism from the back of the TV with the back cover off. This is if you are willing to try this yourself and always considering safety rules(always unplug the electrical from the AC outlet). If you do not feel you can work on it yourself, a belt replacement should not cost more than 60 to 70 dollars. Hope this helps or feel free to ask any questions that you might have.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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