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|Michael||11/23/16||10||10||10||excellent advice - thanks so much|
|Robert||09/21/16||10||10||10||Very helpful and detailed answers.|
First try a reset. Do this by unplugging the power cord for 6 to 8 hours or overnight and try it again. If no power, still, it is likely the power supply board needs replaced. The board costs around
You are extremely lucky the set has lasted so long. I suggest you write the manufacturer and thank them for providing such a long period of enjoyment. Eighteen years is almost unheard of in the tv
TAPE Section: Very likely a dirty capstan which is not giving proper friction load to the mechanism which switches direction and start play in the other direction. Do you know how to clean the tape head
See page 31 of your users manual and it will explain to you how to adjust the aspect ratio. The vertical and horizontal size are set at the factory and all you can adjust is the aspect ratio for the
Most cd players of current vintage have anti-skip built in even when they don't specify it. The portable ones using headsets claim it because they want the customer to know that when they bounce around