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DVD player stuck in standby mode

My DVD player is stuck in the standby mode. I can turn the power on and off but when I turn the player back on, the standby light blinks and it stays in the standby mode. I have disconnected the power cord completely and reconnected trying to "reboot" but this hasn't helped either. I'm not sure how long ago this started or the circumstances that created this situation. Thank you.

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  • jp515 Nov 25, 2007

    Stuck in standby mode

  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2007

    Same exact problem, stuck in standby with discs in.  Have tried to disconnect and reconnect, and reboot.  Nothing has worked.  Also, I note that it has somehow become disconnected from the tuner, although it is still connected to the TV. 

  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2007

    stuck in standby have tried reboot, no luck.

  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2007

    I have the same problem

  • sonax Jan 16, 2008

    I have the same problem and thought maybe a disc was stuck inside.No one remembers using it recently. The red light flashes but will not come on into a play mode. I've unplugged the power and disconnected all of the cables and then retried still the same problem.

  • Anonymous Jun 09, 2008

    UNPLUGGED TO REBOOT BUT IT DIDNT WORK

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    won't come on green light for standby mode is on but doesn't do anything when trying to turn on. It stays off, and light stays solid

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Bad caps in the power supply is causing this. C17 (10v,470uf), C17,c14 (10v,1000uf) and C18 (10v,470uf). Replace with same capacitance values but 25 volt rating 85 C. Just fixed mine half hour ago works great.

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  • Jambam Jan 22, 2008

    ooops meant C7 (10v, 470uf) NOT C17.

  • Jambam Apr 12, 2009

    Seems like a manufacturing defect with the way C005 on the Mechanism Control Board was mounted. The postive lead hole on the circuit board for this electrolytic capacitor wa drilled into a land that was too narrow for the lead size. The result is no +B to the motor control IC's(LB1641's) on this board. Jumper with a suitable wire from the positive lead on C005 to pin 7 or 8 of the LB1641.

  • Jambam Apr 12, 2009

    This should have read "Bad caps in the power supply is causing this. C7 (10v,470uf), C14 (10v,1000uf) and C18 (10v,470uf). Replace with same capacitance values but 25 volt rating 85 C. Just fixed mine half hour ago works great. However It think the problem most folks are having is with no B+ (9 volts) going to the LB1641 IC's that control the carousel and platter motors due to C005 positive lead hole cutting through it's land almost entirely. Jumper from C005 positive lead to Pin 7 or 8 on LB1641.. this fixed my unit for good. No more weirdness with opening and reading etc...

  • gth1645 Dec 12, 2010

    You guys are great! Can someone tell me where C005 is? And which board is LB1641

  • Jambam Dec 13, 2010

    Hi gth1645.. the circuit board you are looking for is under the carousel. It's the motor control board. Capacitor C005 and Integrated Circuit LB1641 are on that Board. There are 4 screws that hold the carousel in place located at each of it's four corners. You will also need to disconnect about 5 connectors (3 on the power supply board ; 2 on the main board going to the rear output board. You will also need to pop the power switch button mechanism off the power switch that is on the power board. Once you've done this you can pull the carousel out , turn it upside down and you will be staring directly at the long narrow carousel motor control board. Remove the board and you will see C005 labeled and IC LB1641 labeled. Use a DVM or VOM and see if you have continuity between C005 positive lead and Pin 7 or 8 on the LB1641 IC. No continuity means that you have found the problem , please make sure you are on the positive lead of C005. Solder an insulated small gauge braided wire between the positive lead of C005 and Pin 7 of LB1641.

  • Jambam Dec 13, 2010

    Hi gth1645.. the circuit board you are looking for is under the carousel. It's the motor control board. Capacitor C005 and Integrated Circuit LB1641 are on that Board. There are 4 screws that hold the carousel in place located at each of it's four corners. You will also need to disconnect about 5 connectors (3 on the power supply board ; 2 on the main board going to the rear output board. You will also need to pop the power switch button mechanism off the power switch that is on the power board. Once you've done this you can pull the carousel out , turn it upside down and you will be staring directly at the long narrow carousel motor control board. Remove the board and you will see C005 labeled and IC LB1641 labeled. Use a DVM or VOM and see if you have continuity between C005 positive lead and Pin 7 or 8 on the LB1641 IC. No continuity means that you have found the problem , please make sure you are on the positive lead of C005. Solder an insulated small gauge braided wire between the positive lead of C005 and Pin 7 of LB1641.

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Try this: Hold in the StandBy/Power button do not un-press it this entire time. While pressing in StandBy/Power button then unplug the unit/DVD CD player from outlet and CONTINUE to press in StandBy/Power button. Holding StandBy/Power button for a full minute to minute and a half while unit is unplugged. After the full minute to minute and a half then let go of StandBy/Power button. After you have let the StandBy/Power button go (unpress) then plug the unit back into the outlet. It should now come out of the Stand By frozen mode and the drawer for DVD/CD should open when you press eject and the unit should work again. Worth a try.

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