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I have same problem! Called LG and first they suggest a hard reset. Manual doesn't give enough info on this...by phone, instruction was to unplug, wait for power light to go out and hold down power button for 35 seconds. Plug back in. When that didn't solve problem they say it needs to be sent in for repair. Maybe the hard reset will work for you?
Hi,Even your DVD is newer version but would
you please try the following solution that I provided for someone
else....It may help..Because ,when a capacitor in the power circuit board fails, power led blinks and tray sticks
too..So take care. -------- it is a common problem on
Philips DVP 630/642/37 series DVD players..As Power problem..A blinking red
power button urges you that there is a malfunctioning capacitor in the
This is actually surprisingly easy to fix. but it needs soldering
iron before.any attempt. Here are the steps .The decision to try this is
up to your own discretion and may be a last ditch effort before throwing
the player away.
Unplug and take the metal cover out (plenty screws on side and on the
back): Check the board to see if capacitor numbered as "C316 "is
bulging-/leaking. If so, get a 1000u capacitor >=16V and replace it.. If
you cant do it find a handy man nearby you and ask him to do it..It
takes just 10 minutes but you must obtain the capacitor from Radio Shack
(2.00 USD) before you begin..
Take care and do not forget to rate me too..Thanks
a blinking or pulsing power light usualy means a problem with the power supply. Check for burned resistors or swallen capacitors on the power board it will be the one with the one with the main power running to it.
This seems to be a common problem with this model. It seems as though there are about FIVE electrolytic capacitors in the power supply PC board that have failed or dried out.
They can be replaced by someone that has the dexterity, knowledge and tools to de-solder and re-solder PC board components. Otherwise you may seek a local electronic technician. The parts cost about $5.00. Labor may run you $30 or more.
Hope this helps. I also am looking for a remote for mine, if someone has a dead HTS-3410D.
I had the same problem, red blinking light after owning for several years. I decided to replace the capacitor at C914 to see if it would work, and it did. Apparently that capacitor is prone to failure. Since this seems to be a common problem, I created a web page detailing the repair. Hope it is helpful. Repair cost $1.39 + tax.