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Old October 12th 05, 07:49 PM
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Default VCR S-VHS JVC HR-S9500 Switches off after 6 seconds

Loads cassete ok, loads tape ok and switches off after 6 seconds. Eject ok
I cleaned the mode switch. I checked the end sensor,they are ok.
Resoldered the end sensors , led, and the vcr plugs/sockets.
After all this , it is still doing the same problem. Then it started to
work ok, pb was ok. Then I installed the cover and it would not work
anymore, same problem ????

Anyone can help me with this problem ???
Thanks
Réjean
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Old October 12th 05, 08:11 PM
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Default VCR S-VHS JVC HR-S9500 Switches off after 6 seconds

does it go into PLAY mode? does the TU reel turn?
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Loads cassete ok, loads tape ok and switches off after 6 seconds. Eject ok
I cleaned the mode switch. I checked the end sensor,they are ok.
Resoldered the end sensors , led, and the vcr plugs/sockets.
After all this , it is still doing the same problem. Then it started to
work ok, pb was ok. Then I installed the cover and it would not work
anymore, same problem ????

Anyone can help me with this problem ???
Thanks
Réjean
SERVICE ELECTRONIQUE SATELLITE
QUÉBEC




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Old October 12th 05, 10:29 PM
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Default VCR S-VHS JVC HR-S9500 Switches off after 6 seconds

As soon as the tape loads press pause.
If it sits in pause ok then you probably have a reel sensor problem.
If it still cuts out you probably have a drum rotation detection fault or
tape loading is not complete.
John.


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Old October 13th 05, 07:10 AM
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This a typical problem in JVC VCRs
Take off the power supply module and replace all the electrolitic capacitors.

Jomi
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Old October 13th 05, 01:21 PM
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This a typical problem in JVC VCRs
Take off the power supply module and replace all the electrolitic
capacitors.

Jomi


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jomiservice


I think a HR-S9500 has the SMPS on the main board, and since it's not
enclosed, the caps don't tend to go bad as often.

Mark Z.




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Old October 13th 05, 03:45 PM
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Default VCR S-VHS JVC HR-S9500 Switches off after 6 seconds

If the power levels look correct, then remove and thoroughly clean and
reassemble the mode switch.

Bob

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"jomiservice" wrote in message
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This a typical problem in JVC VCRs
Take off the power supply module and replace all the electrolitic
capacitors.
jomiservice


I think a HR-S9500 has the SMPS on the main board, and since it's not
enclosed, the caps don't tend to go bad as often.
Mark Z.





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