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Stand by mode

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My sony dvd player is in stand by mode and i am not able to make it on.

I have taken this to authorized service center and they have changed couple of ic and now again the same problem recurred. So now they are claiming that the board needs replacement.

Can any one help me

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Get the board replaced, if that's what Sony recommends...accordianman

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Summary:

For those that are having the skiping up and unreadable disk problems try the following calabration. I did it last night and now my DVD's are much clearer and I'm hoping the skiping problem is gone.

For those that have the lip sync problem Sony should cover this for no charge, you just need to push them a little. This is a firmware update, have a look at the other posts at this web site to find the firmware revision that you need.

HOW TO PERFORM THE CALIBRATION
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Mecha Aging = Allows auto repeat mode for testing purposes.
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