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Dvd player won't stay on

I have a Philips HTS3410D DVD Home Theater System. It powers on for a few seconds and goes back off. What could the problem be?

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  • S_Price Feb 21, 2009

    I have the same problw. I was watching some music videos on a flashdrive plugged up to my dvd player and next thing i know i cant watch movies. If i hit the t.v. button, AUX., tuner, fine. As soon as i try to turn on the dvd part the whole thing shuts off and i have to unplug until further notice.

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Your unit sir or maam, it has a deffective parts you need to replace the parts the two channel of the power output ,because this parts is shorted,you need a good technician to fix it. and buy the parts to replace it


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Power off the system
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If the tray still will not open, the cover will have to be removed and manually operated. You may have to have a technician look at the unit.

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Unplug the power cord, wait for 5 minutes, plug the power cord back in and try to operate the unit.

If this does not work, you will have to get a technician to look at it for you.


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