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Art Miller Posted on Jun 13, 2007
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NO Power My Panasonic DV1000 deck no longer powers on. I checked the fuse & it is fine. Any Help out there? Does this deck just stop working after a period of time, it has over 900 hours on it.

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If you have a voltmeter and some tech savvy, you could check the power supply section for the presence of the required voltages. You should see a +5, and one or more other voltage sources, like +12 volt. If your power supply is dead, then a component failure in the power supply is likely, or there could be a short/overload elsewhere that is keeping the p/s in protective shutdown.

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There are several fuses on the main board in this machine, including one that you need to remove the mechanism to find. I've had a couple DV1000s that had that fuse blown; it's in the supply to the fan motor, and when the fan shuts down, the micro in the deck senses it, and powers the deck down.

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