My unit just sitting there playing a movie stopped and ejected the movie and shut off and would not turn on again.
I tryed DC power but nothing.
I pulled the back cover and found the 4 amp fuse blown.
I replaced it and it blew as soon as I plugged it into AC.
I checked the fuse on the DC cord and it was blown.
I dont know if it's worth repairing? I bought it 3 years ago so I would assume the warrenty has run out.
Anyone need spare parts?
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if it happens with ALL inserted media then i would suspect a problem with the unit itself. Possibly some dirt on the mechanism. Try blowing some air to dislodge it.
If it only happens with certain media (as in certain movies) then its possible the drive has been set for a different region.
Try first turning off the player and turn it back on and eject it using the eject button on the unit and also try to eject it using the remote.. IF still wont eject this can be a mechanical function on the ejecting part of the unit that you may need to open the unit and check for that..
You have a transport problem, the mechanism the plays, FF or rewinds is not working.
Someone is going to have to open and look at the unit---as simple as a belt off or broken to the idler (rubber or geared) that doe the actual work, finding a shop that will work on a VCR unit is getting hard as most of the current techs have never seen this type of unit.
What I used to do when I opened one was have a old cassette with the tape removed! but the reels inside of it still there--tape off both sides of the cassette where it opens so the sensors on either side do not try to stop the unit from allowing this.
This way with the unit open and the dummy cassette in you can see thru its top to see if the reels are moving or not and not have the tape get in the way.
During printing, the main thermistor detects less than 120°C/248°F for 1 sec or more continuously. Main cause: The fixing film unit is faulty (main thermistor fault, thermal fuse blow, fix- ing heater fault). Or the power supply PCB is faulty. Or the DC controller PCB is faulty. Action1. Malfunction Turn off the power; wait for 10 min, and turn on the power. Is the problem corrected? YES:End. 2.Wiring Is the wiring from the DC controller PCB to the fixing film unit normal? NO:Correct the wiring. 3.Fixing film unit Try replacing the fixing film unit. Is the problem corrected? YES:End. 4.Power supply PCB, DC controller PCB Try replacing the power supply PCB. Is the problem corrected? YES:End. NO:Replace the DC controller PCB