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Sanyo VWM-710 vcr schematics needed

Postby jknightandkarr » Sat Mar 31, 2018 7:37 pm

I am in need of schematics / service manual for a Sanyo VWM-710 vcr. I got hit by a power surge and now its non-functional. Already checked fuse, its fine, so I need something to help me locate the issue, I am not seeing any obvious issues. I know I can fix it, just need some help. Thanks.

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Re: Sanyo VWM-710 vcr schematics needed

Postby Granz » Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:51 am

When I was a kid, Sam's (Sam's Technical Publishing, not Sam's Cub) had manuals/schematics (Photofacts) for every piece of equipment there was (and many that weren't. :D ) I checked their web site, and found some close part numbers ( ... h&s=Search - bottom of page, and top of next page.) There was nothing for the specific part number that you listed, but one might help. The VWM662 was the closest, that might be close enough to enable you to find the trouble.
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