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No power help needed i have checked internal and external fuse but still no life in it any suggestions

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  • james kennedy Oct 23, 2007

    i replaced psu  board  all is fine

  • james kennedy Oct 23, 2007

    replaced psu board and all is fine found supplyer on ebay by posting a want it now  thanks james

  • james kennedy Dec 08, 2007

    i confirm it was you many thanks again

  • james kennedy Jan 30, 2008

    there is two one obviously is in the plug and the other is on the psu board its self i am told that these boards dont like heavy impact and as a result fail i tryed replacing rectifier diodes and some resistors but in the end opted for replceing the whole board and it worked fine

  • taratula May 04, 2008

    No Power but fuse OK

  • taratula May 06, 2008

    Which diodes or PSU board and wheren can I find them

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Where do I find the interior and exterior fuses
I too have a power problem
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  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2008

    Hi JamesKennedy OR anybody that has this info.....
    Can you please tell me where I can find the external and internal fuse on the PHILLIPS CDR770
    And where to find a schematic for this unit :-]
    I am hoping that an easy fix for no power would be the fuse and of course the users manual does not go into the unit, just the exterior.
    Thank YOU in advance for your time and info :-)
    Kre8ful

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