Question about Onkyo DV-CP500 Multi-disc DVD Player
CN. (GnD, +FL ,-13 V ) ( gnd, - FL -19 V ) ( C 16 5,8 V ) (C8 O V )
Seems like a manufacturing defect with the way C005 on the Mechanism Control Board was mounted. The positive lead hole on the circuit board for this electrolytic capacitor was drilled into a land that was too narrow for the lead size. The result is no +B to the motor control IC's(LB1641's) on this board. Jumper with a suitable wire from the positive lead on C005 to pin 7 or 8 of the LB1641. This fix obviously assume you know how to take the unit apart (really very simple really if you look at the unit carefully). The board is accessible underneath the entire mechanism.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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