Question about Cyberhome CH-DVD 300 DVD Player
I have two CyberHome CH_DVD 300 DVD. No light fuse is good unit(1) want power up and unit(2) red light but want do nothing either by front panel or remote, both are connected to AC power source.
The CyberHome CH 300 is a good, inexpensive DVD player with a power supply board prone to fail, because of a few weak components, especially if left turned on and not used.
Usually, if the power supply fails, the red light will not illuminate when plugged in, and of course not turn green when turned on.
If you have this specific problem, I can repair the power supply for $20.00. Contact me at FrancisH49@hotmail.com to arrange shipping and return of the repaired board.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
The CH DVD300 is notorious for power supply problem. If this the case, you can send the power supply to be repaired for around $15.00 to: Wired Communications 31211 N. 77th Way Scottsdale, AZ, 85262 Tel. 480-209-1700 Contact them before sending anything. Francis
The CH DVD300 is notorious for power supply problem. If this the case, you can send the power supply to be repaired for around $15.00 to:
31211 N. 77th Way
Scottsdale, AZ, 85262
Contact them before sending anything.
Posted on Oct 12, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem, but I know what the cause is. Mine stopped working right after we had a power failure, so I suspected a power problem. The +5V DC supply from the power supply pcb is only at 3V. I removed the wires for the +5V and patched in a USB cable to provide +5V and it is now working fine. I noticed that one of the capacitors on the power supply pcb is buldging on the top, so it's probably bad. I'm going to try to replace it and see if it fixes the problem. The simple answer is that your power supply pcb is not working correctly.
Posted on May 18, 2008
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