Overvoltage LOGIK LOGPD1008E +24V.
If I understand correctly you have put 24V DC on the DVD player? If this is so, then unfortunately, it will most likely be totally destroyed? Most things I get in my workshop that have been subject to even a small over-voltage, say 6V - 9/12 v, are totally wrecked, so in a DVD such as this 24V would destroy almost all the logic chips, that work on 5V DC, and may others as well as other electronics too.. Most likely it would be beyond any economic repair?
However the only real way to tell is to use testing equipment to do this, also too a service manual would have to be obtained as well.
If one took the device to a service center and asked for a "Quote" as to cost and weather it's economically worthwhile to repair, wouldn't be a bad idea at least this way you would know for sure.
Aug 02, 2011 |
US Logic DVD800P Portable DVD Player