Question about Philips DVP630 DVD Player
I had the same problem and I realized that it is a common problem on Philips DVP 642/37 series DVD players..As Power problem..A blinking red power button urges you that there is a malfunctioning capacitor in the circuit board.
This is actually surprisingly easy to fix. but it needs soldering iron before.any attemp. Here are the steps .The decision to try this is up to your own discretion and may be a last ditch effort before throwing the player away.
Unplug and take the metal cover out (plenty screws on side and on the back): Check the board to see if capacitor numbered as "C316 "is bulging-/leaking. If so, get a 1000u capacitor >=16V and replace it..
If you cant do it find a handy man nearby you and ask him to do it..It takes just 10 minutes but you must obtain the capacitor from Radio Shack (2 USD).
Take care and do not forget to rate me too..Thanks
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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