Question about Sony DVP-NS51P DVD Player
Sounds like a bridge rectifier diode has shorted replace the bridge or make your own use 4 1000 piv diodes. can be purchased at radio shack. be sure to connect the diodes annode to cathode when making the bridge. also when a component shorts it generally opens the next component in series.in youre case i would definatley check the filter caps.sometimes if overloaded they will actually be swelled otherwise you will have to take them out of the circuit and read them with a cap checker on a quality multimeter. if bad be sure to mind polarity when replacing! electrolytic caps have a positive and neg. leg the board will be marked
Posted on May 29, 2011
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