Wire Broken

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Babu Mistry

Joined May 25, 2019
19
Hi Sir,
I am sourcing for a Panasonic repair person who can know about Panasonic VCR Model NV-SD 350
There is this cassette Ereaser system and there are two black wires broken from the circuit box, which has a brown connector to go onto the Ereaser head.
I need advice and photos of were to solder these wires back.
Please see the attachment.
Best Regards.
 

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twohats

Joined Oct 28, 2015
452
Hi,
If you study the printed circuit board (PCB), with a magnifying glass.
With any luck you will be able to see where the wires came from.
 

Thread Starter

Babu Mistry

Joined May 25, 2019
19
Hi Team,
Still not very happy regarding the help, its only Panasonic Technion who can help with my issue. as it's very simple if he has a VCR to see were exactly did this came off. and solder it back in it place.
I will appreciate so much.
Thanks.
Lofty.
 

wayneh

Joined Sep 9, 2010
17,498
Where I live, VCRs have negative value. You have to pay to dump them at an electronics recycler. I know that I could today find 5 VCRs for free in my local area.

I can't imagine spending 5 minutes trying to repair one.
 

Dodgydave

Joined Jun 22, 2012
11,318
I think the lead is for the Erase head plug 4003, and it's from bias oscillator circuit located on the servo section main board pg70.


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djsfantasi

Joined Apr 11, 2010
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Hi, you are right but if bi have your email i can give more infomation.
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However, that’s not suggested. You should keep all posts in the public forum so others will benefit from your experience.
The second reason for that is that harvesters will steal our email address and use it to send you tons of spam.
Why do you need email in the first place? If you want to share attachments including them in your post also will benefit everyone.
 
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