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It won't turn on....it is plugged in and everything is attached and the same plug in has the tv working but not the vcr

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Check out the main fuse inside the power supply.
AJ

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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    ALBERT GARCIA Oct 21, 2009

    check out the main fuse inside the power supply.
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