Question about JVC XV-N212S DVD Player
Sounds like faulty DC regulation in the power supply - due to numerous faulty electrolytic capacitors and/or IC regulators.
Check ALL the caps, and replace ALL of them as required. (You can easily do a visual inspection of the caps - some may have bulged, split their vents (in their tops) or leaked.) Electrolytics tend to have a short life, and, as these are inexpensive, you can adopt the blanket approach and replace all of them in the PSU circuit. They are available in every electronics shop - including Radio Shack. If this does NOT fix the 'dying power' issue, the unit may have to be submitted to a repair centre for a quote on further repair, and parts if necessary. At least with a quote you can make a decision afterwards as to whether it is worthwhile fixing or not. Up to you.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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