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I have a TruTech DVD/VCR combo that will not power up. The inside fuse is good, but no sign of life. Looks like a bad power supply. Any better ideas?

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Yes! I would agree with you, sometimes I have found a bad capacitor right next to the power transistor, it might show a slight bulge at the top of the capacitor.

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