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Re: VCR will not turn on
Replacing fuse did not turn it on that indicates that there is a problem in the power supply board of ur unit.check out for any bulged up capacitors initially.if u find any of them bulged then replace it.it may solve it or else send back ur updates. feel free 4 further assistance .rate the particular experts solution as fixya that helps u understand n solve ur problem
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Yes the most likely cause is the mode switch, you can spray it with Servisol Video 40 or replace it. But you will need the service manual for that. The good news I think your model uses a K-Deck, and there is plenty on-line about the Panasonic K-Deck.
Locate any screws that hold the top in place. carefully slide the top off.
find the loading motor. it should have a worm gear on it. turn the gear and after a while the tape should come out. is this only in one vcr in the duel deck?
please reply if you can fix it. if that did not work, just let me know. good luck!
Most Panasonic VCR use a mechanisms with a letter. For example the NV-HS900 uses a K Deck. What you need to do is type the model number into google and search for which deck it uses. Then with luck you might also find the instructions for setting the deck up correctly. I got the K-Deck one free.
No. Sound like the Switch mode power supply is or has failed, to repair this would involve replacing capacitor and or some componets, Many repair shops these days have discontinude repairing VCR's becuse most of the time you can replace the entire unit for the cost of repairing it
Unplug the VCR, take the cover off, find the motor (probably on the
right side of the mechanism) and turn its shaft with your fingers until
you have run the tape back out. Now plug it back in and try it
again with a scarificial tape. If it continues to fail, replace
all the rubber belts in the mechanism.
Hope ya fix it!
You will not know from looking at the VCR if it is in VCR mode or TV
mode. This is more likely a TV issue of whether the TV is
monitoring the VCR or not. Make sure you have the TV selected so
that it is monitoring the VCR.
That VCR/TV button has caused more confusion for the average person than anything else.
Hope Ya Fix It!
If you have a voltmeter and some tech savvy, you could check the power supply section for the presence of the required voltages. You should see a +5, and one or more other voltage sources, like +12 volt.
If your power supply is dead, then a component failure in the power supply is likely, or there could be a short/overload elsewhere that is keeping the p/s in protective shutdown.