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Sharp CD-C3800 won't turn on

A few years back, my stereo quit working. It won't power on at all. I'd like to try to fix it but not sure what the problem is. I haven't done anything with it at all, just trying to find the best place to start.

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  • Tom Jones Nov 13, 2007

    I just need a schmetic.

  • charmaine scott Nov 29, 2007

    my jvc doesnt turn on was working with full display tape and cd was working to model ca-mx50bk help was plugged into a power board

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Sometimes you can smell a burnt electronic device and see if somthing is burn up inside. Its common that fuses can blow sometimes they are a bit under rated and can blow for no reason. Check the fuse first and try and replace it with the same one first. They usualy are near the power cord and you need a coin to open them. They are not a common fuse you need to get them from radio shack or an audio parts store.

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Well now the first thing your gonna need is a vom. If you dont have one or dont know what that is then stop right here and take to a repair shop.. If you know how to use a vom the first thing you wanna do is measure the primary of the power xformer and check all the a/c fuses. Next make sure there are no mechanical switch to switch the ppower off from the power supply next try to measure the voltages comming fron the power supply and Im not sure whats supose to be where but a schematic should assist ya with the voltages. Good Luck

Posted on Apr 09, 2006

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