Introducción

Replacing the power supply involves unplugging the white connection cord from the power supply board after the top panel is removed.

  1. Turn the DVD player off. Unplugging the DVD player while it is on may result in damage to the DVD player or an inserted CD. Unplug the DVD player from the wall socket.
    • Turn the DVD player off. Unplugging the DVD player while it is on may result in damage to the DVD player or an inserted CD.

    • Unplug the DVD player from the wall socket.

    • Locate the 15mm Phillips screws on the left side (1 screw), right side (1 screw), and back (4 screws) of the DVD Player. Use the appropriate Phillips head screwdriver to remove the six screws.

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  3. Remove the top panel of the DVD Player by: Sliding the top panel backwards.
    • Remove the top panel of the DVD Player by:

      • Sliding the top panel backwards.

      • Gently lifting the back of the top panel up.

  4. Orient the device to locate the power supply board on the far right corner. Use needle nose pliers to  pull the white connector from the power supply board. The power supply board is connected directly to the power cord. This is not the same thing as the mother board. The power supply board is connected directly to the power cord. This is not the same thing as the mother board.
    • Orient the device to locate the power supply board on the far right corner. Use needle nose pliers to pull the white connector from the power supply board.

      • The power supply board is connected directly to the power cord. This is not the same thing as the mother board.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Mine had a bad 2200uf 10v capacitor… I replaced it and the player works fine.

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I need another power supply board. Mine has 4 blown Capacitors and do not know if any resisters or diodes or small capacitors are bad because I have now testing tools to check them. Just what I see with eyes. Am a retired electronics professional (79) and know what I am doing. Please let me know if I can get a power supply board and the cost. Thank You .

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