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DAV-C700 overheated My DAV-C700 overheated and turned itself off. Is there anyway to fix it?

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A lot of "aged" problems relate to the power supply with this type of unit. If you are a handy chap and know what capacitors are you will find that finding and replacing the "dry" caps in the power supply will fix most problems including streaky pix and crackly audio.

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