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Hello everyone having problems with there RCA DRC8335. If you are getting the HELLO sign and nothing else(which i was too).
First you have to find the blown capacitor. All the capacitors should have a flat top. If you find one that is not flat and if gets hot to the touch when your vhs/dvd player has power you found your source. Next unplug your dvd/vhs player and take out the blown capacitor. Do not waste your money tring to get it fix by a so call pro. The parts you need is less than .55 cents(lol). Now the capacitor that you take out should have a code number(mine was c226) which is located in the same area as the blown part. Measure the capacitor and call for your part number 1-800-344-4539 Digi-key.com will find the part you need(only if u know what part u need)
1.find the blown capacitor
3.get the number below the blown capacitor
4. measure it.
5.call for your part number
6.put your hard earn dollar(not dollars) to work
7.and you can say Thanks Maximilian Moore for saving me money
One thing you can do is report it to ripoffreport.com and take some pictures of it. The media gets involved on that site from time to time. I know I was talking to them about a product line a few months ago and spoke with a consumer reported in Ohio. If you Google it by make and model number, you might be able to find out who the manufacturer is and see what the complaint area is like.
francis, 3 pin voltage regulators have the following;
1 pin is INPUT, let`s say 12 volts
1 pin is OUTPUT, let`s say 5 volts
1 pin is GROUND, all electronics equip. has to have a ground
the problem is they are not all wired internally the same so how do you tell which is input pin and which is output pin ? the best way to find this info is find the data sheet on-line. Google the letters NTE and click on their cross reference link and then enter the number on the front of your regulator and it will cross your device to NTE`s device and show you the info, hope this helps you, Happy Holidays BMW Rider
Go-Video has been going through some trying times. They were based in Scottdale, AZ but their old website govideo.com is no longer up.
I did find a new website:
The contact information says Go-Video is currently owned by DPI, Inc. based in St. Louis, Missouri.
Telephone number listed is (314)621-3314.