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Re: TRUTECH/DAEWOO DVD RECORDER/VCR DRT-S810
did you check the +5 volts if exactly? and the +9voltsif exactly? now
if you got over voltages in the said voltages you got abnormal power
oscillation! or did you check the regulator? maybe the ADJUST Pin is in
abnormal function! and try to unload the power board then you can test
run the power board by checking the voltages in secondary.
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If the VHS isnt going in it may require a little force as the track might have gotten stuck with dust. if you think its something else i suggest you openj it up and see if these is anything logged in the carriage way or if the tray might just be stuck. once it is open simply insertthe vhs tape and keep pressing in on it until the machine takes it in. while pressing keep you eye on the carriage and see hwat might be stuck as to preven the tape from entering. BUT I THINK IT MIGHT JUST REQUIRE A LITTLE FORCE as it may be binded with lack of use
known issue with this unit. The power supply used in this unit is below quality and is often the cause of power not getting to rest of the unit. The company is from china and does not have a usa warranty service since they operate under the daewoo umbrella.
The DVD recorder is like a PC internal drive. Pull the 4 pin molex connector and check the voltages across 1&3, 2&4. Should have a (+ or -) 5volt, and (+ or -) 12volt (you can compare with a PC's voltage across the same kind of connector if you want). If you don't have a 5 & 12 volt reading your power supply is probably bad. Optionally confirm DVD recorder works by removing and attaching to a (spare?) PC.