Question about Philips HTS3440/37 System
You said that you were going to have a friend look at the power supply to see what the problem is. Did you find out what is wrong? I know the HTS3450 has been identified to having certain capacitors that cause a similar problems and I wasn't sure if you had figured it out for the HTS 3440.
SOURCE: Philips HTS 3450 sound
I just blew my subwoofer up. The fuse was blown so I rigged it with something to act as a fuse, and the thing spewd out a volcano of smoke! Oh well..
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
SOURCE: Hts3450 Sound Gone
Here is a picture of the Power Supply PCB. The location of the 470uF 25v capacitors is marked by the red circles. To locate these the two circuit boards need to be separated. Pictured are the replacement 35v capacitors. Thank you to WheatService for discovering the solution. I hope this helps. I went to Radio Shack and got them to do the soldering for me. It cost a total of like $15. The sound works like normal now.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Power on the system
Eject the disk tray
Press Stop for around 2-3 seconds
Type in 7,3,4,4,6,6,0
You should get a message saying your player is now Region 0.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
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