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Nam Tiang Posted on Aug 06, 2006
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System not functioning

The power comes on but the DVD tray does not open when activated and neither does not the FM/AM radio. Please help. Tks.

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If the radio or the other functions dont work, then theres a system control problem or a power supply problem. Depending on nhow old this unit is, you may want to consider upgrading as this unit will have to go into a repair shop to trouble shoot. If you have had some solid state training or experience, and have a schematic and a multi meter its a good possibility you can find the problem.. Good Luck

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