Question about Philips DVP3345V/17 DVD Player/VCR
My grandparents bought this unit 2-3 years ago, they may have used it 5 times total. The other day I went to turn it on, and it clicks and powers off... I've changed plugs to ensure it wasn't a power issue, I also unplugged the unit for 5 minutes plugged it back in and attempted to turn it on, and the same thing occurred. There are no discs or tapes stuck in it either. Any help is appreciated!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power Up Problem
You have a 8.6v supply error according to the 7 error code being displayed, what you can try is when the set goes to blinking disconnect the Y sustain board (if looking at the tv from the back the board on the left) from the upper left side of the power supply, if the error code stops then you know your Y sustain board is pulling down your power supply and causing the error, if the error code continues you have a probelm with your Logic Board (located under your Small Signal Board) disconnect this from the Y sustain board and see if the error code stops if it does you know that the Logic board is bad, if the error code is still blinking then the 8.6v supply line from the Power supply is faulty and the Power Supply needs to be replaced
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
SOURCE: Not booting
When the unit remains at the booting menu it is normally a sign that your Hard drive has failed. The hard drive in the wacs700 seems to run extremely hot, probably due to it's encaged location and poor airflow. It is possible to replace the drive yourself but it is fiddly.
You could send the unit back under warranty or get it repaired.
I charge £50 + cost of the HDD + postage to repair the fault.
No fix = no fee but you will need to pay for return postage. I only replace faulty Hard Drives and don't carry out other fault finding repairs. HDD Choices up to 300GB.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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