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Philips DVDR7250h hi i have the dvdr and at first about once a week, i got home from work and there was no lights on, and unable to switch on from the remote. all i could do is pull the mains out and then put the mains back in and it came back on. 2 months later its every day and if it does go off i may have to leave off for two days and then put the mains back in and it comes back on.(real tecnical). if you could email me @tonymoorcroft@yahoo.co.uk many thanks tony

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Hello, I'm not sure, but you schould at least check/replace two 22uf 400v capacitors in the Harddisk PSU, who is located under the Harddisk.

just by looking at them you see nothing wrong- capacitive mesurement will most likely show - no capacaty - so just replace them and chek the remainder of the circuit for bad-soldering.

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