Question about Rio Go Video DDV9556 Dual Deck VCR
Sounds like the chipboard has blown. You could try pulling the unit apart and see if there is a burn on it not always easy to see but if there is you may as well buy a new one. If not it maybe the power supply regulator has blown which is more likly and this can be replaced but is expencive to do.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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