Question about Cyberhome DVR 1600 DVD Recorder
The most likely source is the power board in the unit. If you remove
the lid, you will see the power board siting off the side of the DVD
tray. Look closely at the board and you will notice 5 cylinder type
capacitors that are black with silver tops. If the tops are not exactly
flat, but look like they are bulging, then the capacitors need to be
The capacitors are: 10v 2200uf 105-Degree Capacitors.
The symptoms are: the unit will not power up immediatly. If the power is connected and the unit left for a few minutes, it may show the timer after while, and power on, however, it will not work correctly. I have even been able to put in a DVD and it be recognized at first, then fail.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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