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What's your problem?emerson tv/vcr combo shuts down power when a vcr is inserted.

Power is only shut off when inserting tape.

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SOURCE: Emerson VT1320 TV/VCR

Hard to say what is wrong but have seen a lot of problems with the mode switch in these models.the mode switch tells the mechanisim what mode it should be in and the contacts can tarnish and mech cannot figure out which state it is in.

Posted on May 15, 2007

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Mi amigo si la television se apaga al querer reproducir un casete es indicio que el problema esta en la casetera,quizas le falte la banda del motor de reproduccion

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