Question about Audiovox Televison & Video
The PCB board for the CD controls has slid out of its bracket slightly into the pathway of the CD.
Open the DVD player, there are 3 screws on back corners and one on the bottom. Use a penny in the slots where the speakers go and gently separate the back from the front, but only very slightly. Be cautious now, because there are several wiring bundles between the front and the back. Reach into the gap, at the top where the CD control buttons are, find the PCB for the CD controls and gently push it back into place. Put the front and back together, power up and see if you've cleared the pathway.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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