Sorry insufficient detail...
Have you the power supply in bits?
Have you checked the fuses?
How do you know its the power supply?
Its very difficult to help with very limited information...
Is there power available on the wall socket?
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If only demo mode is playing,it's mean set is in standby mode.Normally in standby mode it can't be operated.You have to power on the set by pressing power botton during demo mode.Once it gets power on,it will start to work according to user required function.If the set not get power on after pressing power botton,then it's an electrical problem and need to visit your nearby repairing centre.
The only thing you can do is get a CD DVD player cleaner with liquid. Found at any store these days, then run it a couple times. If it plays, Problem solved, if not, it must be repaired. They will put a new transport in the unit. Usually runs 100-150 to replace. Weigh the cost to fix vs. the cost to replace and the age of the unit before you get it repaired. Hope this helps
No, I doubt if the surge device is causing your problem. most likely there is a power supply issue, or a fauly with one of the servo or motor driver circuits. This is not a repair or a quickie fix for the end user I'm afraid. This unit is going to need to be taken into a repair shop to be diagnoised. Good Luck