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Unit won't turn off.

I replaced the 10v 2200uf caps and also one 10v 1000uf cap. After that, it finally worked again, but now it won't turn off. It powers down, then a few seconds later it starts up again with the HELLO message.

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Well at least it's polite !!!

Posted on Apr 02, 2008

Dont pay your electric bill, the electricity will soon be cut off, hence solving your problem... hope this is of some help.

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Lg rh397d and the hello lcd just keeps playing but unit wont turm on


Problem is caused by unstable 12v supply to HDD.

To fix you need to replace the 1000uF 25V capacitor in the power board. The failing capacitor has a expanded casing and there was two of these in my daughters unit.

Worked OK once I replaced the 2200uF and the 1000uF capicitors.

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First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The filter capacitors are bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@10V. Because of the limited space provided, use capacitors of the same physical size. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap in its place. The circuit will not operate properly. I can supply these if you can't find them locally.

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My dvd player does not turn on and I have already added a battery. There is a faded yellow light that is on constantky while it's plugged. How can I get it to work and what does the faded yellow light...


There are two common poblems that occur with the 300 DVD player. Either the machine will not power up at all and the power indicator won't work or after a disk has been inserted the on screen display will say "loading disk" but then say "bad disk".
First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The capacitors are bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@10V. Because of the limited space provided, use capacitors of the same physical size. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap
in its place. The circuit will not operate properly. I can supply these if you can't find them locally.

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Bought it year ago used it 5 times wont power on


There are two common poblems that occur with the 300 DVD player. Either the machine will not power up at all and the power indicator won't work or after a disk has been inserted the on screen display will say "loading disk" but then say "bad disk".
First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The filter capacitors are bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@10V. Because of the limited space provided, use capacitors of the same physical size. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap in its place.
The circuit will not operate properly. I can supply these if you can't find them locally.

Mar 29, 2010 | Cyberhome CH-DVD 300 DVD Player

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My player won't play. It always says.


There are two common problems that occur with the CH-300 DVD player. Either the machine will not power up at all and the power indicator won't work or after a disk has been inserted the on screen display will say "loading disk" but then say "bad disk".
First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The filter capacitors are bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@ 10V. Because of the limited space provided, use capacitors of the same physical size. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap in its place. The circuit will not operate properly. I can supply these if you can't find them locally.

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Unit will not turn on. Does a bad fuse cause this?


There are two common problems that occur with the 300 DVD player. Either the machine will not power up at all and the power indicator won't work or after a disk has
been inserted the on-screen display will say "loading..." but then say "bad disk".
First remove the top cover secured wih screws, you will now be able to identify the power supply board. At the output connector measure the 5 volt output with
a voltmeter. If less than 4V, than the unit will not work properly. The filter capacitors are probably bad. Replace C10, 2200uf@ 10V and C11, 1000uf@ 10V. Because of the limited space
provided, use capacitors of the same physical size. Do not try to pigtail a larger cap in its place. The circuit will not operate properly. I can supply these if you can't find them locally.

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Re: Onkyo DV-CP500 DVD player stuck in standby mode (by 7 users)


Hi Yes, sorry just saw this comment. Swap out C7, C17 and C18 in the power supply. Also I would check if you are getting 9Volts to the motor control IC's pin 7 coming off of C005 on the Mechanism Board which is under the unit. The hole for the C005 cap was drilled into a very narrow section of the circuit board and has marginal connection at best.. mine stopped working because of this 6 months after I fixed the power supply.

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Polaroid DRA-01601A will not power up


99.9 % of the times its the capacitor which is blown. I had spent few weeks to investigate on this and ultimately found this solution. Till date I have replace two capacitors. To determine which capacitor is gone, Check on the flat silver surface of capacitor. If its not 100% flat it means its gone and you need replacement. Pl. check my attached file to understand on details of inside configuration.

Hopefully it works for you.


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dave727,

C14 & C20 are in fact 2200uf @ 10VDC. C15 is 1000uf @ 10VDC. After reading these posts, I took a closer look at the ps board, and sure enough C20 top is slightly ballooned out. We'll be replacing all 3 with 16VDC caps shortly. BTW, the high pitched whine is from the power supply because it's a switching supply and creates some HV.

Thanks for the input!

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