Question about Disney Princess MCP DVD2050P DVD Player
It is most likely a fault within the switchmode power supply - due mostly to the ever infamous electrolytic capacitors and zener diodes (the capacitors fail which increases DC voltage through the diodes, shorting them out). It could prove expensive to repair by a service centre, if that's what you want to do. You can submit the player to your local repair centre for a quote, and get a second opinion on the exact nature of the problem, then you can make a decision about any further action for it from there.
These days, so many DVD and Blu-Ray players are becoming cheaper to buy, while repairs on the same units become more and more expensive and/or uneconomical as parts are often difficult or impossible to obtain. Unless you have electronics experience, knowledge, A-grade soldering/component measurement and diagnostic skills, plus an understanding of service manuals, do not undertake the repairs yourself.
However, it is up to you what you decide to do from here. Cheaper and easier to buy a new player - consider this option ONLY as a last resort.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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