Question about Denon DVD-1710 DVD Player
The power switches itself off. This used to happen infrequently, but now it happens right after I turn it on
After I've spend quite some time wasting my time trying to find a solution on these pages, below an actual SOLUTION!!! (after a visit to one of my electronic "boff" buddies:
There's a 15V Zener Diode in the player (D1048 on the board) just next to the power supply (in the "COLD") area of the bottom circuit board.
Replace this with any 15V rated diode, and viola!!! Just keep the wattage right. If you don't know how to use a multimeter, tough.
Should cost you around R0.35 (South African)....too little in US Dollars to even mention (exchange rate's 1:8), so maybe 2c?
Problem is that this diode loses it's "filtering" capabilities after a while, not giving enough power through to the spinning motor.
"No Spin" = "no Disk read = "Power Down".
That's plain English enough I think...lol....
PS: If you don't have a solution. please don't post "mine's buggered as well" - it's not helping anyone, *******.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
I have this problem with my denon.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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