Question about Sharp AQUOS Blu-ray Disc Player
Hello, after hearing a pop and seeing some smoke come out of my BD player I promptly unplugged it and opened the case to start troubleshooting. The only thing wrong (from what I could tell) was that capacitor C911 on the power supply card (just downstream of the rectifier D901) had broken down. Visibly bulged, very hot, etc. I carefully removed the power supply card from the BD player and desoldered the capacitor in question. Later it had disappeared. I suspect someone else in the house may have thought it was trash and threw it away before I was able to record the rating data on the component. Could someone please simply tell me that capacitor's ratings so I can get a replacement and get my device in working order again? I just need to know the capacitance value and the voltage rating. Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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