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VCR Samsung SV-5000W

Doesn't take a power on, no any sign of life

Posted by Peter Romankevich on

  • Peter Romankevich Jan 04, 2007

    The main fuse not popped. What is the problem on the power supply in this unit, can I fix it myself?

    Thanks, Peter

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You should take off the top cover with the set unplugged and see if there is a main fuse that popped. If there is, put in another fuse,. If that blows, then your going to need to have the power supply in this unit repaired. Good Luck

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