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I cannot say this with authority, since I own a 1200 model, but from what I've read of that model researching my own it's most likely the power supply. It is repairable if you or someone you know can solder. Here's what I found: http://cms-system.cyberhome-dvd-help.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=2699 I did pretty much the same to my 1200, replaced two 2200uF caps with 35V versions. Make sure the rated voltage of the new caps is at least 16V! Higher is better. There's also a firmware update for that model, you might want to look into that too. Of course, you can't use it until this is fixed.
The power supply needs improvement.The large capacitors need to be replaced with new ones with a 35 o 50 volts rating instead of 10 volts. Also,maybe some diodes and rectifiers in the power supply needs checking.After the improvement the addition of a small fan to keep the power supply cool is reccomended.
Here are the manuals:
Quick Setup Guide (1)
Quick Setup Guide (2)
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