Question about Televison & Video
1. THERE SHOULD BE A SHORT CIRCUIT SOMEWHERE
2. THE WATTAGE YOUR DVD PLAYER IS CONNECTED TO IS HIGH
3. THE FUSE RATING IS LESS THAN REQUIRED OR NEEDED
4. YOUR HOME VOLTAGE IS LOW
5. SOLUTION, TRY USE A VOLTAGE STABILIZER BETWEEN YOUR SOCKET/POWER OUTLET AND YOUR DVD UNIT.
THIS SHOULD SOLVE ISSUES RELATED TO VOLTAGE OR CURRENT.
6. CHECK THE NAME PLATE FOR YOUR LG DVD PLAYER OR MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR APPROPRIATE FUSE RATING AND CORRECT IF WRONG.
7. CHECK FOR ANY ABLE BRIDGING OR ANY METAL (EVEN IF IT IS A STRAND) CONTACTING TWO CIRCUITS TOGETHER.
8. CHECK MAYBE THE MOTOR DRIVING THE LASER HEAD IS BAD. COULD CAUSE THE FUSE TO BLOW DUE TO EXCESSIVE CURRENT AND INABILITY TO ROTATE.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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