Question about iLO DVDR05 DVD Recorder
This unit want come on. a high pitch sound come from the powersupply board. how can i get another power supply board
I ordered new Capacitors for my DVD Player 2 Panisonic 1500uf 10v 105° caps and 1 Panisonic 1000uf 10v 105° cap and soldered them into the powersupply where the oviously swolen / leaking capasitors were and walla it powers up and no more high pitch noise but I can't get it to eject the cd or anything. It shows on the screen but it just says loading. My guess is it did some dammage to other components inside the machine. I suppose it was worth a shot but now I am going to toss it and get a name brand. ILO isn't in business anymore... Oh and yes I did try the reset button abov the DVI connector...
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your motor that turns the disk probably failed you will need to ck it. if it dont make the humming sound when turned on that is a pretty good indication its not working some times it will say no disk if it dont burn something else out with it. and find out what burned out with the motor
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
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