Question about Televison & Video
Good day sir
your DVD got trouble in the power supply that gives a power to any kind of electronic devices or appliances.. to fix that problem I give you step by step and simple trouble shooting for power supply.
first,open the cover of the unit by removing all screws that fix the cover
secondly,if you have a tester check the continuity of you ac cord or power cord..then if it is good look for any leak/bulging top capacitor
thirdly,check the fuse if busted.....replace it only with the same type and ratings
fourthly,after you replace the fuse if any...you have to check also the power transistor or what we call regulator..it is the one with heat sink on the body..if it is shorted replace it with the same part number and do not use imitation..
and finally if you got all of that try to power it on again and measure the voltage output if there's a 5vdc and 12vdc
thank you and good luck
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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