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Timer circuit will not let the set come on.

When I picked this set up it came on and played. When I tried to shut it off with the remote it would not respond. Used the Off button on the set. Now I can not get it to come on at the set or with the remote. The record light and the timer lites also the program timer lite stay on all the time thye set is plugged in. the front of the set. I need to know how to disconnect the timer circuit or repair it. Thanks for any help.

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  • donald morrison Oct 12, 2006

    Jomaru= unplugging it was the first thing I tried. It stayed unplugged 24 hours. Thanks for the try. I think it is a bad cap. I have an in circuit cap checker ,but don't know where to start without a schematic. When I have time I will try to check some caps and report results if I find the problem.

  • donald morrison Oct 14, 2006

    I want to thank the one person that tried to help. I have found the problem myself it was a cap. Thanks to all.

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Remove the power from the wall and plug it back in after 15 minutes,this will reset the microprocessor and it might get back to normal,let Us know how it goes and if you need more information.

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  • Anonymous Oct 12, 2006

    I gave it a shot since you did not mention it was unplug for 24 hours,you can get the service manual from www.servicemanuals.net with the model number.

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