Re: Onkyo DV-CP500 DVD player stuck in standby mode (by 7 users)
I hve this DVD Player stuck in Standby Mode.
You post the solution:
Bad caps in the power supply is causing this. C17
(10v,470uf), C17,c14 (10v,1000uf) and C18 (10v,470uf). Replace with
same capacitance values but 25 volt rating 85 C. Just fixed mine half
hour ago works great.
Comment by tt500pilot, posted on Jan 22, 2008
ooops meant C7 (10v, 470uf) NOT C17.
I am not clear on this solution.
Can you please re-specify. Do I just swap out the 3 capacitors?
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Re: Re: Onkyo DV-CP500 DVD player stuck in standby mode...
Hi Yes, sorry just saw this comment. Swap out C7, C17 and C18 in the power supply. Also I would check if you are getting 9Volts to the motor control IC's pin 7 coming off of C005 on the Mechanism Board which is under the unit. The hole for the C005 cap was drilled into a very narrow section of the circuit board and has marginal connection at best.. mine stopped working because of this 6 months after I fixed the power supply.
Re: Re: Onkyo DV-CP500 DVD player stuck in standby mode...
I greatly appreciate the advice -- it is folks like you that make it wonderful for the rest of us without the troubleshooting skills. I can identify and solder, but finding the problem is not my strong suit.
In any event, I replaced the caps in question, and I still have the blinking standy problem. Any ideas on other places to look?
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