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I think that either the internal glass fuse is blown if it is replace with one of the same rating otherwise there is a fault on the power supply board. Good luck.

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Dead


The power supply board probally dead,not worth repairing,beacuse the power supply board part and the labors of the Tech. the cost to u could be same amount of money to buy a new one.The new one cost only about $100 dollars.

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Stopped working halfway through playing a disc .absolutely dead now no display


if the unit is absolutley dead, nothing no go what so ever, my advice is check out the power supply.

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Pioneer DVR-320-S is dead.


Well if it is dead and the transformer is getting power then next step is the processor.  Which if it is dead, then I am sure all the internal components are as well.  My recommendation is have a professional give you and estimate and buy a UPS unit that will regulate the power to you important expensive units such as this.

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If the AC power source (outlet) is ok and the line cord and fuse are ok but the unit is completely dead, you may have a problem with the internal switching power supply.

Locate the switching power supply and see if there is a fuse on its circuit board.

Completely dead units are typically caused by a failure in the power supply section.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.

Good luck!

- Jim

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