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My Coolsat 5000 won't power up. It has dim red light(s) on the front when turned on, but that's it.

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This failure can be located in the power supply. Open the receiver and look for part C21 and replace it. That should fix you receiver.
Using a de-soldering iron or de-solder ****** remove C21 (1000uF/6.3 volts).
Replace C21 using the same capacitance of 1000uF/6.3 volts or a higher voltage is acceptable if the part does not interfere with the adjacent capacitors. 1000Uf/35 volts should fit in there as well.
Good Luck.

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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