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AUDIOVOX VCR SER#S9AA02677 MOD#AVP7000

WHEN WE PUT A TAPE IN AND PUSH PLAY THE DEW LIGHT COMES ON AND WILL NOT PLAY.WHAT TO DO?? It's in a van, quite dry as far as I can tell. I've let it sit with power on, can hear the fan inside running but it never "dries out". My model is actually AVP6750, but I couldn't get anywhere using that number. Thanks.

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Hello mountain8,

It sounds like the dew sensor might be bad and giving a false reading. If you have the ability to you could disconnect the dew sensor to see if it is the problem.

I hope this helps,

Thank you

Shuttle83

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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