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We had a power cut recently and of all my electrical appliances my Panasonic DMR-ES30V has not functioned properly. The power comes on and the self check begins and after about 5 seconds the power switches off. The appliance has to be unplugged before the same process can be repeated. Any suggestions? The appliance is only about a year and half old and looks great! It would be a shame to throw it away.

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Sir maybe you should have an AVR or any eletrical stopage once your house has a power shortage. otherwise buy a new dvd player if fixing this will cost you a lot.

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Power surge will damage electronic devices and the self check prevents further damage to the unit that's why it automatically switches off.

the unit needs service as the power supply section of the main board needs to be checked.

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In many cases the output transistor shorts out. Due to the nature of the type of power supply that this TV uses, the main fuse won't burn out. The switching power supply will shut down because of the over current condition due to the shorted output transistor.

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Seems your Panasonic DMR-ES30V have problem in power supply board. If its still under warranty, call Panasonic.
Please let me know to help you out further.

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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    Shahid Electronics Nov 24, 2008

    If you want to replace power supply by yourself, you need to get power supply by following part number...





    VEP01964A

    POWER SUPPLY CBA

    43.71




    Its available on Panasonic Parts & Accessories.


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