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Completely dead is their a fuse

Like new just lost all power

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  • rschwindsr Jan 06, 2009

    my cyber home 300 just lost all power no nothing cord has power coming in does it have a fuse somwhere

  • rschwindsr Jan 06, 2009

    is there a fuse in the 300 dvd

  • eacmacpamba Jan 10, 2009

    I have the same problem? Where did you buy your unit?

  • porkyr Jan 13, 2009

    My DVD player will not come on at all. It has power. Draw will not open to see if a DVD will play


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Yes it does have a fuse. This will require you to remove the 8 screws from the metal housing. Then remove the housing. The fuse is located toward the back of the unit on the right hand side when looking down. It is a small 1amp, 250 V fast acting fuse, which can be found at Radio Shack if it is blown.

That said, there is no guarentee that this will fix your issue. I replaced the blown fuse and the unit still does not work. You maybe lucky and that solve the problem.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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