Question about Sony Televison & Video
My Sony CD/DVD Player Model DVP-S735D: Once the machine is turned on, it goes into standby mode within 10 seconds. No task can be asked of it. Turning off to ''cool down'' for a while will produce a better surge of energy when switching on again (I managed to get my dvd out of the drawer), but then persists in going into standy without anything appearing on the screen of the player (no lights, etc.) It has been working beautifully for the past 8 years. Is there a ''fuse'' in the machine that needs replacement? Thanks in advance for advice.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Let me see what I can come up with. Our board here still doesn't notify we experts of all requests all the time, so I would have been back to you earlier.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
You need to convert avi files to dvd format before burning, otherwise the player won't recognize them. Google "avi to dvd" and you'll find a number of free or pay programs that will do the conversion for you.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
The only other thing I can suggest, having repaired many Sony CD/DVD players, is to get a can of compressed air and try to blow any dust out from the laser assembly. Since you've already cleaned the lens (the most common problem), you also might have dust down inside the assembly. Try blowing with the air nozzle down inside, around the gap between the lens and the cover surrounding it. Do it from at least a couple of inches away, if the air is too powerful you can damage the wiring inside the assembly.
If this fails to correct the problem, your laser output may have diminished over time and the only repair is to install a new laser assembly. The cost of this part will most likely not be worth it to you since the unit is quite old now.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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