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Doesn't power ON

It is 1 year old VCR. It is plugged in to 120 AC outlet. The outlet is working. Which component should I replace? Thanks in advance

Posted by Manny Sangha on

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  • Manny Sangha Sep 26, 2006

    Fuse is fine

  • Manny Sangha Oct 15, 2006

    After testing power testing following are result:

    AL33V is at 15vdc
    AL9V is at 15vdc
    AL15V is at 15vdc
    AL5.8 is at 15vdc
    AL-15.5 is at 15vdc
    AF+ is at 0vdc
    AF- is at 0vdc


    input to AC26- 00001H

    p1 is at 164 vdc
    p2 is at 164vdc
    NB1 is at 0 vdc
    NB2 is at 0 vdc

    Do guys think that AC26-00001H is component in question?
    What else should I check for?
    Why is 15v output on all outputs of AC26-00001H?

    I have attached schematic for it. LOOK AT PAGE 3 AND 4...


  • Manny Sangha Oct 18, 2006


    I got a different Samsung broad(mainboard) which fixes the power supply issue. Now when I installed the transport (head assembly) and plug it tries to move the take-in assembly...but it does not move.....

    I have two head assemblies and I tried both. I know they're working day before.

    Any tips.....I just dropped it on of main board and screwed it back in.... all the wires are connected....

    any help will be greatly appreciated...


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If you have no indication of power at all,(no lights,no display)the fuse is the first component to check but the vcr has be unplug from the wall when you remove the top cover and remove the fuse to check it.Be carefu.

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