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DDV9475 faulty power on?

After set-up, cannot get power. If I insert tape in Deck 1, it will play briefly (no lights on front panel, however) - then stop.

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Best thing for you to doif you dont know where to start is open and check the fuses if this dosent help then contact Rio at www.govideo.com there located in Arizona in the United States Im sure theres other repair places but this is the main place Good Luck

Posted on Apr 03, 2006

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