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Where to replace burnt out PCB.

Hi, I'm trying to locate replacement PCB's for a Sansui DVD recorder. It appears as though I suffered a power surge and have had several components (capacitors mainly) of the power supply PCB cooked. I guess that all brands basically have generic type boards but I am unable to locate any distributor.

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Unfortunatly I have the same problem but it seems the main MOSFET bolted to the heatsink (SSS4N60B) in the high voltage section has failed which I suspect has led to the destruction of the capacitors. I lost the 5v and 12v supply which happen to have the damaged caps in there circuit. See how you go but I'd be having a close look at that MOSFET as well.

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Ok if you check the board-boards and replace all
the caps that have vented (expanded) with new ones. you may be in good shape then!

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My Toshiba DR430KU dvd recorder is not recording. I hit the record button, and the light comes on, saying that it is recording, but nothing gets recorded.


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Secure the audio/video connection cables that attach the source device you are trying to record from. Try this step if you do not see a picture when trying to record from a source device onto the Device. After unplugging the cable and checking for any damage, plug the cables back and attempt to record the content to see if this resolved the problem.

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If the power supply has already suffered the brunt of the surge, it could be an expensive repair, possibly not economical.

Of course, you can submit this recorder to a service centre, and obtain a quote on any repairs/board replacement required, then make a decision afterwards on that basis - yes or no - it's up to you what you do.

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However, in the future, if you are worried about likely surges occurring again, you can always switch units off at the power point when you aren't using them (example, overnight when you go to bed or when you go out for more than an hour at a time). This may help prevent expensive damage to other appliances.

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Hi my name is John. Welcome to FixYa. I believe it would be worth Fixing, Have someone take it apart for you. Probably a diode and a few capacitores, easy fix. Thanks for choosing FixYa....John

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