Question about Pioneer DVL-V888 DVD Player
the unit is always being used all of the sudden had no power.
D105 in powerboard is shorted
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Likely that it's just a fuse, take the cover off and replace the mains fuse located close to where the power lead is, if it blows again, you will have a power supply fault. Phil
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