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The power supply in My dvd soken DV-744 got burnt and the ic is burnt beyond regonision

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U have to replace the board, search ebay, ioffer for an equivalent

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you will most likely need to add a title in your video editor to display this, the time and date id are usually overlayed on your camera and can be disabled if need be. the camera uses it's internal clock to imprint the video, this seldom if ever transfers to dvd unless the application you are using supports it and you enable it.

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SOURCE: A 8 pin Ic power supply(AK41-00846A)is burnt so i

I do not have a solution but, I guess I too have the same problem. How did you check the power IC, do you have a manual for the player?

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