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Bringing DVD Player to live

My DVD Player doesn´t work at all. No sign of power....
Soo, i open it, and saw the power suply (two capacitors with a leak...).
I´ve measurement the output voltages...
i changed the two capacitor, and soldering two brand new capacitors.
Now, is working !

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