Question about Samsung DVD-V4600 DVD Player/VCR
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Posted on Feb 04, 2010
The 43 Volt Zener Diode is shorted, this occurred with my dvd-v4600. It's a glass colored zener diode near the buzzing transformer, it has the part number z43 stamped on it. Also since it was on almost 24x7 for over five years it tended to dry up the electrolytic capacitors on the power supply. An ESR meter would be needed to measure the capacitors so you know which ones to replace. The remaining electrolytics on the VCR and DVD board should be checked, this unit has a lot of them.
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