Question about RCA DRC8335
The problem is with a capacitor on the power supply that is too small and blows out. Its number c226 on the power supply, it is rated to be 16v, but that is too small. So all you have to do is go to radioshack or a store like that and get a replacement. I have fixed about ten of these systems and I found that it works best to use a 35v 470uf capacitor as the replacement. It costs about a dollar and a half. All you have to do is remove the power suply board find the capacitor number c226 and replace it with the bigger one. It is an easy fix that works great.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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