Question about Sony SLV-D100 DVD Player/VCR
I have worked on a dvd with the same problem. Check to see that the board where the buttons to the control is located is not cracked. Sometimes people push them too hard, and break them. You would have to open it. If its cracked you can resolder each connection again, but some of the traces are extremely thin, and may require magnifying glass, it takes lots of patience. LOL Other than that it is beyond you the consumer to fix it. Electronic component failure is hard to spot without eletronic expertise.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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