Question about Philips Audio Players & Recorders
This can be due to a bad connection such as a cold solder joint or eventual failure of the display element.
Posted on Mar 31, 2020
Was the fuse Blown?? check with an ohm meteracross the two prongs that you plug into the wall of course you gotta unplug it for this. It should read around 4 to 10 ohms depending on the type of power transformer is in the unit.. If it reads open then theres a fuse open or a bad power transformer. If its not open check the power supply for the proper voltage from the diagram. Good luck
Posted on Apr 16, 2006
SOURCE: I'VE PHILIPS D573 DVD HI
Your disk could be scratched. You can try and resurface it. You may try to clean the disk as well. Also if a burned the DVD some players will not play every format. Are you getting the same response from several DVD's? If so then I recommend getting a good DVD lens cleaner disk and running it through a time or two or even three if it has been a while since it has been cleaned. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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