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Panasonic dvd s32 not responding

I have a panasonic dvd player. It was working on Monday, but when I went to turn it on today it did not respond. I have checked the power outlets and swapped power outlets, but nothing works.

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  • Tilan Mar 20, 2008

    At the first time dvd try does not open and It display OPEN Then CLOSE after some times it displays ERROR 03. I followed some troubleshooting method given ( to move the laser head little bit to left) which couldnt solve the problem. Now it displays the No Disc message. Pse give me a solutuion If somebody knows, Tks

    tilan_prasath@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2008

    I have the same problem with a Panasonic DVD S32. Worked fine one day and no power at all, the next. Proven sockets, leads all work, so must be the unit itself

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2008

    I have the same problem with a Panasonic DVD S32. Worked fine one day and no power at all the next time I tried to use it. I have proven leads, sockets etc. are all fine. Dead as a dodo.

  • Bhajii Jun 12, 2008

    The same problem, also checked the fuse situated inside the box, and that power was ok up to the fuse.

  • masmozaff850 Oct 05, 2008

    my device stoped its working with this problem.by checking its inbox and the board i understood that the problems id probably for the IC:MR6710 in the hot part of the board.because i didn't find the IC and its datasheet i couldn't check it completely. if anyone have its datasheet please inform me by emai that to masmozaffary@yahoo.com.

  • Becca82 Jan 19, 2009

    Thanks eveyone. It turned out to be a faulty unit in the end and got replaced by a better pioneer DVD player :)

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In most cases problem solvs inserting resistor 200 kom 1 W between +300 V supply and 7 th pin MR6710

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After change:
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MR6710
SMPS MODE CONTR. 8p,
equipment, the DVD playes working fine!

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On various panasonic dvd recorders, the voltage regulator in the power supply overheats and shuts down the unit. panasonic seems to know about this fault as they started fitting larger heatsinks to compensate for this. this is a very common fault.

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Hi my dvd problem is in power supply.problem is in the mr6710 ic

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