Tip & How-To about Cyberhome CH-DVD 300 DVD Player

Cyberhome CH-DVD300 DVD Player

Symptom: Unit will not power up at all. Power indicator doesn't work.
or after inserting disk, screen says "loading disk" but then
says "bad disk".
Solution: This problem is usually caused by a bad 5Volt power supply.
Check the 5V output of the power supply board. The output
plug is clearly marked. If this 5V is less than 4V, the unit will
not operate. This is caused by defective filter capacitors in the
5V supply. These caps are easily identified. Replace these
two with the same values and the 5V should return to normal.
Note: Because of the confined spaces on the board, only use caps
that are of the same physical size. Capacitors are made in a
varity of hights and diameters with the same electrical
specifications. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap in circuit. The
circuit will not work correctly. I can supply these if you can not
find them locally.

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First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The filter capacitors are bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@10V. Because of the limited space provided, use capacitors of the same physical size. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap in its place. The circuit will not operate properly. I can supply these if you can't find them locally.

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First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The filter capacitors are bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@10V. Because of the limited space provided, use capacitors of the same physical size. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap in its place.
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First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The filter capacitors are bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@ 10V. Because of the limited space provided, use capacitors of the same physical size. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap in its place. The circuit will not operate properly. I can supply these if you can't find them locally.

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been inserted the on-screen display will say "loading..." but then say "bad disk".
First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with
a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The filter capacitors are probably bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@ 10V. Because of the limited space
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