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It sounds like power supply failure. Can you measure the output voltage of the power supply? It should have +5v and +/-12v. Measure with black lead of multimeter on the metal case, and red lead on the power supply output connector.
these are capacitors. The c18 and c36 are the location of the capacitors on the power supply board. The 2200uf is the capacitance of the capacitor and the 10v in the voltage the capacitor can handle. You should be able to purchase these at radio shack or most electronic supply stores. However to replace them you will need to know how to desolder the old caps and resolder in the new ones. I just got through repairing one of these units and to extend the life I used a higher voltage value cap. If you need anymore help or can't find the caps feel free to contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
I had a LRM-519 that would not get past a very dimly lit "hello" on the
LED screen. I called tech support and was advised to make sure no disk
was in the unit and turn off the power from the unit (not the remote)
and unplug it from the wall outlet. While unplugged, hold down the
power button for 30 seconds then plug it back in. This didn't work the
first time, but after a few tries it worked for me. My unit hadn't
worked for nearly 3 months prior to this. Good luck.