Player worked fine last night. Hit pause turned off TV and went to sleep. Woke up this morning, turned TV on, DVD was making a loud noise...it wouldn't shut off, I unplugged it to get it to shut off, let it rest and now plugged in I can't get it to turn back on...
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Okay so this could be several things from something as simple as a cable has came loose to something a bit more serious like the dvd player overheating. Does the Tv's sound work? have you tried using another scart cable? and have you made sure all the cables are plugged in properly? If you can try and connect it to another scart port in the back of the tv. Once youve rulled out the TV and the Cabling it must be the DVD player. If you can try the DVD player in another TV aswell just to find out if you can get sound, If theres still no sound then im affraid your dvd player needs repaired.
I am having a similar problem with mine... same model. It worked fine last night but this morning, went on the fritz. It started pausing every few seconds and so we took the DVD out. This evening, I tried to play a number of different DVDs but now the player will not even read any of the disks. I've had this DVD player for about 6 years so maybe it is just time for something new!?
it is possible that the power supply unit in the DVD has failed. You will need to open and ccheck, the fuse might be open and if a new fuse blows out then the SMPS unit is faulty.
Possible that the Sm driver IC /driver has failed. Possible also for allied components to have failed.
Or else you can change with a new unit.
Regarding the problem with the sound on your DVD player, I would suggest you to make sure the audio cables (red and white) are connected properly to the TV and player.
Also, try using a different set of cables since those ones might not be working and this is why you are not getting audio. On the Memorex remote you will find a mute button, make sure it is not activated.
You could have a power issue, or any number of issues with some of your chip boards. As the inside of TV's store a lethal amount of electricity I would strongly advise you get the tv checked by an RCA repairman. It may end up costing you more money to fix the issue than repair it. Ask the tech to give you an estimate before any repairs take place.
Did you double check the connections from the DVD player to the TV? Maybe something happened to the connection overnight. If that dosen't seem to be the issue then the only other thing I can think of is that the Audio Encoding chip inside the player must have gone bad. The problem now is that it would cost more to repair the audio encoding chip then replace the whole player.
Your unit has it seems to have developed a video problem. it could be in the video switching IC or the video processor. Its going to need a trained technician, who knows how to use an ocilliscope to find the video problem.. Good Luck