Question about Thomson DRC245N DVD Player
Grand children were visiting and since have not been able to turn power off. When power plug is pulled and then reinstalled after a few minutes the signal light is red. When the on-off button is pushed, either on the unit or with the remote, the signal light turns green. The disc tray will not open with the open-close unit button or with the remote on-off button. Have tried to unlock the unit by pressing SETUP,0,0,0,8,3
Also can not get the menu.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
blue screen is due to problem in blue video circuit. please check 1 supply to blue video ckt. 2 crt base loose. 3 components in blue video ckt. 4 loose contact in blue cathode ckt in crt base. 5 blue video transistor. 6 signal coming to blue video from signal processor. 7 signal processor ic. good luck.
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
SOURCE: CD Door will not open
I'd say the child lock is on or it is a faulty unit
Link to user manual
There is a lock on the back you may have bumped.
To avoid accidental key activation, slide the key
lock switch on the back of the unit to the
The Lock icon can be seen on display.
• Slide to the switch to the OFF position
to unlock keys.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
SOURCE: tompson 32WX411t
I had the same problem with a ten year old set when I was trying to connect a satellite receiver and after considering all the possibilities, like processor lockup, overloading the video input with audio, shorting the scart sockets, and of course voltage failure I concluded that the problem was caused by moving the tv so I decided that with nothing else to lose and having sorted out a similar problem with a computer hard disc I lifted the left hand side of the tv by four inches and dropped it. It now works perfectly and as I was actually looking forward to an excuse with my wife for buying a HD wall tv I am a bit fed up as it is still a perfectly working tv,
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
IT COULD BE THE HIGH POWER TRANISTOR, WHICH IS LOCATED NEAR FLYBACK TRNASFOMER, OR IT MIGHT BE NEEDING GENERAL RESOLDERING ON PLACES WHERE HEAT HAS MADE THE SOLDER JOINT OF A COMPONENT TO BECOME LOSE (DRY JOINTS)
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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