Question about DVD & Blu-Ray Players
Stopped working. Is out of guarantee, so opened the box. Plug fuse and internal fuse both O.K.It contains two circuit boards - a green one which looks like a computer motherboard (though smaller) and a light brown one which appears to be electrical/electronic. The latter has a burned our component. Helpfully, all the components are in labelled rectangles. This one is R10. Any idea what this is, so I can try Maplin or RS components and solder in a replacement?
I have a similar problem but my one is still within warranty. i rang TGA the importers and they said 'contact the toy shop cause unless they have any in stock we aren't going to bother to send them any' i contacted 'Toyrus' and they said 'too bad' just get a store credit. bloody disgusting. only had it since May this year.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
R10 just means Resistor # 10 unfortunately this is just to make the manufacturing process easier.... However reistors are marked with their value(using coloured bars), if you can read the bars you can get a replacement for it, and hence if you can decode the bars you will know what the value of that resistor is Black = 0 Brown = 1 Red = 2 Orange= 3 Yellow= 4 Green = 5 Blue = 6 Violet= 7 Grey = 8 White = 9 therefore if you have a sequence of red green black then you have a 250 ohm resistor, gold, silver and bronze bands on the other end of the resistor designalt tolerance and should be noted Just hope that it was only the resistor that got toasted Good luck
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
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