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I recommend pulling the cover off of it. You should see a glass bus fuse. Inside the fuse, there should be a thin wire running all the way across it. If the wire is broken or it looks burnt, then replace with same size fuse.
If fuse is good, then you could have a faulty power supply/high-voltage transformer (the box that is attached to plug-in cord)
You can possibly order a new one from shopjimmy.com or partstore.com or tigerdirect.com
The old one will have to be soldered off and new one soldered on.
If you see a DC voltage output sticker on the player, you can use a voltmeter and test the connection where the supply/transformer wires attach to the main circuit board. Test here and see if the voltage is the same as what the sticker says.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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