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No power to player!?

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I have a dav-s550. All of a sudden it will not turn on, no stand-by or anything it's just dead!! PSU? I'm pretty handy at repairing PC's but have no experience with DVD players, so any help would be much appreciated!
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same problem, NO POWER TO PLAYER. Before this happened, my unit has been checked by Sony Authorize repair center, they replaced 3 ICs because there is NO SOUND when it plays, and after a few months, the POWER is not functioning. Please help, repair cost is too much.

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Hi,
the fuses are the first obvious suggestions.
in the main AC plug, and if theres any sign of fuses on the Circuit board itself.
If it,s over 2 years old, i,d think about getting a replacement.
as repairs nowadays cost an arm and a leg, and only usually warranted between 30-90 days.
If it,s done it,s job. then it,s time to think about a replacement.
Mike @ Compurepair.

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