My unit just sitting there playing a movie stopped and ejected the movie and shut off and would not turn on again.
I tryed DC power but nothing.
I pulled the back cover and found the 4 amp fuse blown.
I replaced it and it blew as soon as I plugged it into AC.
I checked the fuse on the DC cord and it was blown.
I dont know if it's worth repairing? I bought it 3 years ago so I would assume the warrenty has run out.
Anyone need spare parts?
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Laser is getting stuck or jammed or just all out malfunctioning. You need to get an external dvd player this will not be worth the cost of the repair. Sorry...no real fix other than installing brand new drive in your tv.
I think that this might be a power supply problem. The VCR might be loading down the supply and causing the shut down. If you are going to try to fix this yourself I would shuuest you get a schematic and multimeter, and an oscilloscope, here is why,
The schematic will tell you what voltages are normal, The multimeter will allow you to measure those voltages, the oscilloscope will allow you to test for ripple voltage which might be present riding on your dc voltage level. If you do not have access to this equipment or do not know how to use this type of equipment, I would suggest that you take the unit to a shop.