Question about Televison & Video
This seems to be a problem with Electrolytic Caps. You need to Open the Player, You would see a Circuit Board. On that Circuit Board, there would be Caps ( Capacitors - Cylindrical in Shape ). You need to Check and make sure that there should not be any Leaked/ Swelled or Bulged Capacitor. Sometimes, even though the Caps seems Fine, still it is Bad. So, you could use a Multimeter to Check the Continuity using a Voltmeter. If you Find a Bad Cap, ( you might find many ), you need to De-Solder them. Go to Radio Shack or Fry's and Buy Caps with Similar Value.Re-Solder it and it would be all set.
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Posted on May 02, 2010
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