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Old 26th April 2006, 06:19 PM   #1
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Unhappy Philips CD371-dead,but?

Hi guys I have one CD371 with CDM4.11 with new capacitors + new 7805,78M15,7906,7915.This player is dead for me -the display work on moments,but I can`t view the red light from the laser.I maked a test and the laser is OK.All front buttons not respond.From where I can start?May be the problem is in the Power Supply ,but where I can find it?
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I find this dead parts for the moment :
LM7805 in the PS+ the 6514 transistor - BC328
From where I can start now ,because the display is dead and now.?
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Pls guys.I am very mentally deranged for this player.What can be the problem with this damaged parts.The front display is dark ,the CDM4/11 is OK on one other Philips,but on this can`t work.The front panel control buttons don`t work
May be the problem is only in the PS.From where I can start to repair this player,if anyone can give me any info for the read points on the PCB,service manual for this or any other useful info for me
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It is probaly the power supply. First of all, you must replace the broken parts. But take time to mesure if there is any short between 5+ and ground. If it is, the new regulator will blow. Another thing, if the powersupply has Ic-fuses, mesure 'em. They look like a transistor with only two legs.

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