Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I gave a funny technician who stole components from my power supply. the model number is RZ-9330AVD and the power supply has Code number DPPB-10077B written on it. The components missing are transistor PQ152, capacitor PC 169 and capacitor PC 171. I have no idea what component numbers they are. Please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVD Player
The blown fuse is caused my an overload in the circuit. It can be caused by a faulty component or just some short circuit..Yes, if the fuse has blown off, there is a "chance" that componets inside may be faulty which caused the overload in the first place.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
The problem turned out to be the TV itself. Somehow all the a/v and component cable inputs on the back of the TV got disabled. After finding then consulting the TV manual online (the TV is about 8 years old), we found there was a way to reset the TV to its original factory settings. Voila, the a/v and component cable inputs were enabled again, and everything worked correctly afterwards.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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