Quote: Originally Posted by ridethewood
I just moved my Panasonic DMR-ES10 from one location to another, but now it will not power up at the new location (there definitely is power at outlet) - no display whatsoever. Tried unplugging and waiting a minute and tried holding the 1/0 power button for 10+ seconds, per the manual. Then also tried holding up/down channel arrows. Nothing. Opened box and confirmed the fuse is still intact.
How do I get power back?
I have two machines that are also dead, a DMR-ES46V and DMR-ES15, both 2006 models.
The DMR-ES15 was working well for a month or two after having a power supply electrolytic capacitor replaced. Then this ES15 was set aside for around five months as a standby machine. When it was set back up it was found to be "dead."
The DMR-ES46V had other problems before it was removed from service. When it was set up after being stored it was found to be "dead."
The fuses in both machines were found to be good but were nevertheless swapped with other known good fuses.
The machines were still "dead." I'm at a loss to explain why, sorry. (Subsequently I swapped good parts from these machines into other machines.)
Your DMR-ES10 is a 2005 model. I have two heavily used 2005 DMR-ES30V combo recorders that were fully functional at last use. My daughter also has two heavily used DMR-ES30V combo recorders in current use.