Question about Sony DVP-NS305 DVD Player
Remove top of unit(make sure it is unplugged) Move laser on track to where it is visible. Clean lens with isopropyl alcohol or acetone. if there is no change, the chances are that there is an smd fuse that is open on the AtoD board. the consumer cannot access this component. Many times this smd fuse opens due to leaky smd capacitors. Unfortuneately many of these units end up in the sony boneyard in the sky. Scrivitron
Posted on Jun 16, 2007
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