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JVC dr-m10s loading problem

I see that you have addressed this problem previously. My JVC shows the blinking loading. My problem is not solved with unplugging the unit (it has been unplugged about a year!) I have removed the cover and have found 5 "tubular/round" brown objects (CapXon) on the left side (look a little like batteries) that I am guessing are the capacitors. Three are 10v, one 16v, one 6.3v. Two of the 10v are bulged on the top (silver). If these are the blown capacitors, how do I remove the old ones and then replace them with 16v? Do I have to remove the board and solder new ones in?

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Yes you need to remove the board to change the blown capacitors

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f htn01, May need aid of 10x inspection microscope to find pesky "thermal-cycle-fractured" solder joint connections. I use an old wwII B&L to do my hunting. Also check the board-side of the electrolytic filter capacitors to see if rubber seal has been forced out of the bottom of capacitors. How old is monitor? Have you taken any close-up (3 inch) digital pic's to document your work? I would not trust ANY CapXon brand capacitors. I use an old Stanford Research Systems SR720 LCR meter to measure and GRADE capacitors. What do you mean by "stays on for a few seconds"?? Is it on for 1 to 3 seconds or 45 to 295 seconds? Will you remove capacitors and have them measured at local repair shop? 12fixlouie

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