Question about Memorex MVD2040 DVD Player
Generally it has to do with faulty capacitors on the power supply board. Look for bulging tops and for ones oozing. (PLEASE NOTE: If you don't have electronics expertise, be aware that you want to leave the unit unplugged for 30 minutes to an hour to ensure that the capacitors discharge, they should take much less time than this, but I want you to stay safe when opening it up to check) You can buy new capacitors from an electronics store and if you don't have the skills to replace them, then someone with electronic skills should be able to. I would not have a shop do it because they will probably charge more than it is worth to just buy a new one which is another option to go with. If you can't figure out which capacitors are bad, replacing them all won't cost too much. There are only sites such as digikey that can sell you all that you need otherwise too.
Let me know how this works out for you.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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