My dvd recorder has just started to decide to lose all power after about ten minutes of being repowered up.
I have to disconnect the power lead and then reconnect, to go through it's normal motions of self check and everything is working fine. No matter what it's in the middle of, it then suddenly loses all power.
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It could be a bad solder connection in the power supply that opens up after warming up (you may be able to tap on the unit to get it to come and go) or you could have a capacitor that is drifting out of tolerance or some semiconductor device that is becoming leaky. It may take a repair shop to figure it out for you.
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If it's that delicate, but you still want to keep it, you could try changing-out the mains fuse in the unit for a really, really low amps one.
You might be getting a power-surge as the power goes off, or as it comes back on. A very low fuse, might blow on the surge, which will leave you needing to replace the fuse, but not the capacitors.?
Best of luck.
This is a known issue that happens with these players
To fix the Sony remote dvd-1 dvd-2 dvd-3 issue, take the remote
for that recorder into another room or unplug the dvd recorder a
moment. Then hold down the enter key and the number of the mode its
stuck in ie if its stuck in dvd-1 mode hold down the enter key and then
the 1 key. hold both buttons together for 3 seconds. After this go back
into the room and try it or if you unplugged the player, then replug it back
in. The remote has to be away from the player to work. again
here is an example
<stuck in dvd-1mode> get away from player different room so it
can not sence remote. Hold down enter and 1 button for 3 seconds and
then try it
if its stuck in dvd-2 mode dold down enter and the number 2 button
together for 3 secondsd and try it. The idea is you have to be far away
from the recorder so it dosent recieve any inputs from the remote while
Let me know if you are still having problems with this and I would be glad to help you.
Fault at its main digital board. Short circuited component/s at it. Contact any service technician; or the authorized service center. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
In most cases, the main board might have to be replaced. If so, a software [firmware] update too might be necessary. //
Turn the key on and leave it on for ten minutes,then turn it off,and right back on,leave it on for ten minutes,then turn it off,and right back on for ten minutes,a total of three times,30 minutes.Then try and start the vehicle.
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The audio failure sounds more like a VHS player failure than a DVD software/recorder failure. Both audio and video are transferred at the same time to the DVD, and as long as the DVD recorder is working, that's really all there is. I would check the VHS player and confirm that the sound actually works all the way through.
It sounds like either alternator or computer, I f you can get it to run on its own pull the positive battery cable off the battery and if it dies its your alternator. And this is no real way to check the computer except going up to a AutoZone and they can check codes for free