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When power is turned on light comes on but no functions start. can't open for disc.no elumination of function display

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  • bestwinter Feb 23, 2009

    Telefunken TDr218 DVD recorder when powered, no illumination of of display pannel, disc tray won't open and record light come on purple and dosen't turn blue

  • bestwinter Feb 23, 2009

    Telefunken TDR218 When power is turned on illuminate display pannel is inactive. Disc tray won't open

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Hi,
You can visit Support Website or You can to Service Center.
http://www.telefunkenusa.com/services/

Telefunken USA Authorized Service Centers

Address Telefunken USA
300 Pleasant Valley Rd. (Suite E)
South Windsor, CT 06074-3441
Phone: 860-882-5919
Fax: 860-882-5980
info@telefunkenusa.com



Vertigo Recording Services
10834 Burbank Blvd. Ste V- Rear Warehouse
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tel: 818-907-5161 or 818-762-1250
Fax:818-762-5095
vertigorecording@aol.com




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Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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Hi,

Thank you for choosing Fixya.com

It seems that your DVD player are experiencing technical problem like malfunctioning the hardware.

Use your technical manual to assist in the troubleshooting process. There should be a section in your tech manual called "Troubleshooting." This is the section you want.

Figure out which part or parts are malfunctioning in your system. Write down the specific parts numbers of the pieces you need to replace. Make sure that your writing is accurate and that the numbers and letters are in the right arrangement as well as capitalized where they need to be.

Check with your local electronics supplier to see if they have the parts you need. If they don’t, they will likely be able to point you in the right direction

Some Tips to Remind:

1. Some DVD players require special tools to work on them. Make sure you're well-equipped before you operate.

2. Get a professional opinion. Make sure that the cost of tools and parts is less than having a professional fix your DVD player.

3. Make sure your DVD player is unplugged before you work on it. Shocking hazards are a very real danger.

4. Double check your warranty to insure that what you're doing will not make your warranty null and void. Often there's a clause in warranties that states that professional maintenance is the only approved work that can be done on your unit.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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Disconnect DVD from current.Open the DVD cover. Disconnect the power cables that connects to the mainboard. Check the power supply with a multimeter that if it is supplying recommended power (recommended power consumption might be typed in power supply). If no, replace power supply. If power supply is ok, check the laser carefully if it produces laser beam. Don't directly contact eye with laser beam. Check from a distance. Also check the mainboards biggest chip if it is heating. If laser beams and main chip is heating than your mainboabd might be ok. If does not or one working and another not working, replace mainboard.

Keep informing. (I guess your mainboard has gone)

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Your described problem of the Telefunken TDR218 could indicate either:

  • hardware problem;
  • software/firmware glitch.
Initially, try:
  • locate is available a recessed reset button;
  • unplug from the mains for a an extended period of time;
  • press on the POWER/STANDBY button for 5 seconds;
  • temporarily remove the hard disk and determine if it will go through the initialization stage.
Pls post back updates/results. Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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This is already a internal problem of the unit , there could be some burned parts inside it you may want to to open it up and check it so we can definitely determine the problem..

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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If you had some functionality we could try a few tricks but with your situation I would consider just buying a new dvd player. They're very inexpensive now since blu-ray is quickly becoming the new format of choice.

You might want to visit the manufacturers website to see if you can get a replacement if it's still under warranty. Most electronic warranties are 1-3 years.

If you have any other questions please feel free to ask.

Thanks!

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Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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    If you had some functionality we could try a few tricks but with your
    situation I would consider just buying a new dvd player. They're very
    inexpensive now since blu-ray is quickly becoming the new format of
    choice.

    You might want to visit the manufacturers website to see
    if you can get a replacement if it's still under warranty. Most
    electronic warranties are 1-3 years.

    You can visit your dvd player's support page here:

    http://www.telefunken.de/index.php?lang=...

    And you can contact them here:

    Tel.: +49-(0)69-600-0

    Fax: +49-(0)69-600-1050

    If you have any other questions please feel free to ask.

    Thanks!

    :)

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Hi im josh in cebu phils. may i help you? friend if it only shows power and no function display definitely the problem centers on your display connection. most of the time it will happen when the plastic flex wire or having wire is cut or dmage or disconnected so you try to see these inside it is colore white or blue.check it so that your problm will be solved. good luck vote me so that i wil know if i helped you.thanks

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Hello,

Did your try unplugging and then rest for a while (for about 10 minute to 30) and then plug it again and test. sometimes this will resolve the issue.




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The Dvd player has a major problem(s), seems like the dvd drive is not getting power since it doesn't open.

I would suggest to check fuses on the power board and inspect it theres possibly a problem.

Is the unit covered by warranty? warranty would cover the repair.

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What is your brand and model details .

Just press the open button two to three times to open the tray .


Posted on Feb 23, 2009

  • SAM ANDERSON Feb 23, 2009

    Your player is not getting enough power . You need to open the player to find the part which is defective .
    First unplug the unit and using special tools open it .
    And using multimeter check the continuity between the panel elements and on board .
    Before doing this check the condition of fuse ? Is it burned or is it good ?
    If it is good then check the continuity between all contacts point in the player . There can be a loose connection between board and panel.

    Hope this helps .

    For further help feel free to ask .





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