Question about Panasonic DMR-E85H DVD Recorder
Hi, thanks everyone for the info! I replaced the busted c1270 and c1271 capcitors with the recommended 1000uF 3V ones. I plugged it in and the Please Wait error still shows up. When I opened it up earlier I noticed that another capacitor looked a little bulgy but not nearly as much as the other two. So when I opened it up again, I noticed that it really looked bulged out (much more than before). So I would like to replace that one. Since I know nothing about electronics and no one here has yet to suggest an alternative capacitor, I was going to just replace it with the same type of specs. It is 1500uF 6.5V. Unfortunately the local stores here don't carry that one. Can anyone recommend a different on I could use that would still be safe. I didn't want to just use anything and have the thing start a fire or something.
A higher voltage would be ok it is a rating of voltage the capacitor can handle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DMR E85HEG turn on
This is a hard drive that is dying and is expensive to fix, and not worthwhile in my opinion. Mine packed in with a disc stuck in the disc drive. It was difficult to retrieve. If you have no disc trapped in the tray, I would suggest dismantling anyway and removing the hard drive if you have a load of unwatched content recorded. You can buy a cable to hook it up to a PC - Although I have not done this yet.
DMR-E85H - Rest In Peace.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
yes use 2200µF, 6.3v or 10v. . strongly suggested to apply small blob of heatsink compound between switching regulator and heatsink on same board too
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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