I have had this player for almost 1 year but have played at most 5 DVD's on it. It was on standby and then the power light went off. And now nothing works. I checked the fuse inside and it was ok. Walmart would not honor the warenty. So I just sit it aside. Could not find any #'s to contact the manufacture. Any help appreciated.
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Re: Cyberhome DVD 300 player
Check the continuety of the power cord if its still good with no break, take the set to a tech for repairs the set has a problem in the power supply.however since walmart do not want to honor the warranty good luck.
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Power supply problems. There are many reports on this site for problems related to the cyberhome dvd player, one of them mine. Here is what I found. The dvd drive was ok it was the power supply that failed after a power surge. The power supply is a flyback power supply using the viper22 switcher by STM Microelectronics. you can download the specs with a schematic diagram simular to the one in the cyberhome unit. I wound up replacing the shunt regulator (TL431) Optical coupler (PS2561-a-1) , the 2200uf cap and the 1000 uf cap. this brought the 5 volt output to 5 volts which was the problem. The parts can be ordered from Mouser Electronics.
1000uf @ 10 volts PN UHE1A102MPD
2200uf @ 25 volts PN UFW1E222MHD
TL431 PN 512-431CLP
PS2561 PN 551-PS2561-1-A
Warning: The high voltage side of this power supply has 120 VAC and 161 volts dc when energized. thak precautions when measuring the voltages on the output. Good luck
I feel for you because I also have the same unit and have been frustrated in the past when I tried different dvd's to play. The conclusion that I have come to is that I only use my cyberhome player to play rented dvd's
I have a cyberhome dvd player CH- DVD 300 had it for a 1 year i but in a orginal dvd movie and it does play it it said no disc I but in dvd cleaner it read for a moment but when i put in the orginal movie it said no disc again is it the sensor or what, what should i do???
Reset you player by doing the following:
With the player on, hooked properly to your television, and on the correct station:
Open the tray
Close the tray (with no DVD inserted)
Hold the stop button down for a full 5 seconds
The CyberHome screen should appear. You should be able to play your dvd's now.
You might want to reset to factory defaults, but there is an error in the manual. In order to reset to factory defaults, turn on (with no disc inside), DO NOT OPEN THE DISC TRAY, just press the stop button on the player for 5 seconds.