Question about Memorex MVD2042 DVD Player
I went to turn on the DVD player manually, got a large static shock from it and now it won't work. Really? Static electricty caused this to stop working? I have a DVD stuck in it. I'm pretty pissed about it.
most likely the static you get from your DVD player is from the discharge voltage from the power supply capacitor within your player.The only thing you can do to remove your disc from the player is to open the top cover..and probably you'll gonna see a blown fuse and a leak capacitor which need to be replaced
to restore the power of your player.
question: Is the electric supply within your place is stable or sometimes fluctuating?
reminder: Also be aware that every time you'll operate electronic appliances specially with does metal case make sure that non of your body parts would have contact with earth ground (ex. floor/walls ) while powering on such device. sometimes the voltage from the capacitor inside the units are not discharge totally, and since the capacitor ground is connecting most of the time with the chassis of electronic device. the result would be the discharge voltage will pass through your body once you have contact with earth ground.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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