Question about Toshiba SD-K760 DVD Player
Hello. sound's like a power supply problum. it could be as easy a putting a new fuse in . the first thing is to unplug it from the wall. the open the unit . with a screw driver. and take off the top. of the unit. !!! and look for a fuse.!! to see if it is blowen?.!!! if so .!! replace with the same size of fuse. !!! as what was in it.!!! you find the size on the fuse that you take out.!! of the unit. !!! "dont" use any fuse .!!! only the same size that the fuse say on. !!! replace it .!! put it back together and hook it back up and try it.!!! if not you will have to look for burnt part's on it's mother board. and go from there.!! well 'GOOD LUCK"
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
I suggest that u check th power supply and the main fuse.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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