Question about JVC HR-S5902U / HR-S5912U VHS/S-VHS playback VCR
JVC HR-S5902U S-VHS VCR ..... NEED ADVANCE TECH LEVEL STEPS ... NO POWER WHEN PUSHING POWER BUTTON ON PLAYER .. NO CLOCK DISPLAY .. PLUGED IN GOOD OUTLET .. CHILD LOCK NOT ON. I AM AN ADVANCED ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING LEVEL TECH 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE. I want to avoidbuying a "Service Manual"....
Rob Roy, Ph.D
Same problem with my HR-3911U after a power spike. Cracked open the box and as I suspected the fuse had blown. Removed fuse, plugged in and tested across connectors, 115v ac good reading. Replaced fuse (1.25a 250v) plugged in and nothing. The deck electronics had fried. Keeping for spare parts such as head and transport mech.
Time to get a new one and a better surge protector. My UPS logs show a 1200+v spike the day it died. We had storms all around us and thunder in the distance, but nothing close by and no rain, but the spike still made it to our inadequate surge protector.
I've read a lot of forums where other JVC owners have experienced the same problem. It appears to be inherent to these JVC Vcrs.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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