I have had the dvd player for only a few months, and suddenly it will not even power on. I have tried unplugging it and leaving it unplugged for a day and then plugging it back in, and it still won't power on. Any suggestions??
I had a similar problem with Coby dvd 7500 the screen was faint almost black but could hear the movie sound. I cleaned the lens as suggested but it didnt resolve the problem.
I tired to rest the player by removing the power supply cord and the battery for 30 mins as suggested in the manual but that also didnt work. What I did was leave the player without battery and the power cord overnight and it did start working in the morning!!
This worked for me and hope works for you guys too...
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Re: wont power on
Did you have a power surge or anything that could short it out. can you use a multimeter, can you test the unit your self. if so test the voltage through the power board. and through the fuse it might have blown. its all on the board that the plug in goes to when you open the case if its that new dlont do this take it back you will void the warrenty if you tamper with it.
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My LG 670 also said 'boot' after a upgrade attempt and appeared stuck there. I searched LG support for a factory reset option, which is: Disconnect the LG power cable from the wall / power stripHold down the power button the front of the player for 30 secondsRe-insert the power cordTurn the player back on. Note: my player showed 'boot' again for a few minutes, then shut off. When I turned it on again, it went through the normal power up cycle, then shut itself off (weird). I turned it on again. So far, so good.
Sound like to me you got a problem with the capcitor inside the unit, if its under warrenty it will need to be serviced. If its not I ould be checking capcitors inside to make sure there not bulging leaking or otherwisen ot wroking correctly.
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