Question about Philips SACD1000 CD Player
your player is having a power problem. One or more component(s) on the power board of your player is defective, that's why its turning off.
This problem may have occurred as a result of power surge or excess power entering into the unit or irregular power supply.
If you know about electronic repairs, get a meter, use a screwdriver to open the player so that you can gain access to the power board. Use the meter to read the power board and replace any bad component detected.
Once this is done, your player will stay on and function normally again.
All this while, the machine has been giving you sign.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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