Question about Coby CX-CD377 Shelf System
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like capacitors failing. I would first unplug the unit for 30 seconds and plug it back in and then see what happens. If it cleared it up fine. If not take the unit apart being sure that it is unplugged. And look at the capacitors. They look like small soda cans they should have a flat top . If not and they are bulging? They are bad you might even see one leaking also. They are bad when they leak or bulge or sometimes both. Don't mistake glue for Capacitor sediment.
These Caps hold a charge please handle these with care they hold a wallop of a charge even after the unit is unplugged.
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