Question about Toshiba SD-K760 DVD Player
It seems that there is a Problem with Power Supply Board. If under Warranty, get it Replaced / Repaired. Unless, Open the DVD player and then look for Power Supply Board. It would be a board with Caps and Ribbons and Connectors. Pull out the Board. You would be able to see either Swelled / Leaked Caps or Bulged Caps. Also, make sure there is no Cold Solder Joints. Once you find them, Pull out the Caps. Go to Radio Shack and Order the same. You could also Purchase it from many Online Vendors. Once you get them, Solder them back on and it would be all set. There is NO Point of sending the Unit for Repair as it would cost you more than the New One. The Bad Caps usually have ammonia kind of odor.
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