Question about Philips HTS3410D/37 700W DVD Home Theater System System
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the problem is not the power supply capacitor. it will eventually fail, and need to be replaced, but when it does you'll know it because you wont be able to use the DVD at all. it wont turn on, and the standby light will just flicker.
the problem is that your mechanism/lens is probably dirty or dusty or out of alignment.
this device is kind of sensitive moreso than other players. by "sensitive" i mean "cheap"
try cleaning it with soft, lint-free cloth, and windex.
clean your disks as well.
if that doesnt work, you may just need to buy a new DVD.
at $60 its a good deal, even if some of them do crap out too soon. you can spend more $ on a better quality player if this fact bothers you.
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
SOURCE: magnavox 60
It's probably the magnets on the neck of each CRT that moved since you removed them or the CRTs weren't put back in the exact orientation . Use a white paint pen to mark each one as they are now. If there's a clamp or two metal rings that locks them in place you can try rotating them as a group (their location up and down the neck is also critical). If not you will have to adjust them individually and then do a complete convergence adjustment. That's a big task. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
a blinking or pulsing power light usualy means a problem with the power supply. Check for burned resistors or swallen capacitors on the power board it will be the one with the one with the main power running to it.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
SOURCE: i brought a philips home
Yes, you can replace it, but only with an identical model. And you must find it on second-hand sites like Craigslist and buy it yourself since it's out of warranty.
Or you could try to fix it: use another type of video cable, open the case to look for burned parts and replace it, look for loose wires and resolder them , look for broken connectors and glue them back together.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
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