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  1. Member
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    Dear friends,
    I have precious S-VHS recordings but my player is not working anymore (no electricity) although it was safely in storage for years.

    * is there a battery for the clock that ran out?
    * the manual mentions "quartz clock" - can that even run out?
    * if this forum cannot help, do you know of a reliable mechanic or hobbyist with golden fingers (and not necessarily expesive...

    Much appreciated![/SIZE][/SIZE]
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    must be a blown power supply, those things can we rewounded
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  3. check the capacitors visually on the power supply (power off) , if they have the top popped or leaking stuff below they must be replaced
    *** DIGITIZING VHS / ANALOG VIDEOS SINCE 2001**** GEAR: JVC HR-S7700MS, TOSHIBA V733EF AND MORE
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