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No Power Hi I have a Pioneer DV-575A that is completley dead,i have checked the fuse,the power supply is working fine,so the fault must be on the video out board,i have all the right voltages on the CN301 connector but from there i do not know where to go,got any idea's? Regards

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Ok! make sure ur IC regulator is good. like the 7805 or 7812 or 7809 u make sure that the following ICs are correct in voltage! 7805 is for 5V. 7812 is for 12V. 7809 is for 9V MAKE SURE THAT IS EXACTLY IN VOLTAGE!

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