Sony DVP-SR200P Button Circuit Board Replacement

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Removing a defective button circuit board from the DVD player so a new button circuit board may be installed.

This guide will teach you how to remove the button circuit board.

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Edit Step 1 Top Cover  ¶ 

  • Remove the five #1 Phillips screws (black, 3/16") attaching the cover to the DVD player.

    • One 3/16" screw on the right side of the DVD player.

    • One 3/16" screw on the left side of the DVD player (directly opposite of other screw).

    • Three 3/16" screws on the back of the DVD player.

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Edit Step 2  ¶ 

  • Slide the cover away from the front of the DVD player until it is off.

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Edit Step 3 Processing Board  ¶ 

  • Remove the blue tape from the processing board by gently pulling upward.

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Edit Step 4  ¶ 

  • Use the tweezers to remove the four sets of wires connected to the processing board. Start with the cord located in front of the row of three cords.

  • The wires may be difficult to remove. Wiggling them while lifting them up may help remove them.

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Edit Step 5  ¶ 

  • Handle the processing board with care. It is fragile.

  • Unscrew the two #1 Phillips screws (silver, 3/16") located on the two edge corners of the processing board.

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Edit Step 6  ¶ 

  • Orient the DVD player so that you are facing the video and audio jacks.

  • Unscrew the two #1 Phillips screws (silver, 3/16") located on the outside of the DVD player

  • The processing board is now free to be removed and replaced.

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Edit Step 7 DVD Drive  ¶ 

  • Orient the DVD player so the front of the DVD player is opposite of you.

  • Remove the two #1 Phillips screws (silver, 3/16") that attach the DVD drive to the bottom of the DVD player.

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Edit Step 8  ¶ 

  • Remove the DVD drive by pulling it backward and upward while ensuring that it is free of any braces.

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Edit Step 9 Button Circuit Board  ¶ 

  • Orient the DVD player so the button circuit board is facing you.

  • Remove the four #1 Phillips screws (silver, 3/16") from the button circuit board.

    • Three 3/16" screws from the longer button circuit board.

    • One 3/16" screw from the smaller button circuit board.

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Edit Step 10  ¶ 

  • Hold down the copper brace that is near the far right screw hole of the long circuit board.

  • Lift the longer button circuit board over the copper brace and out of its position.

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Edit Step 11  ¶ 

  • Push back the black, plastic clip near the left center of the shorter button circuit board.

  • Pull the shorter button circuit board out of its position.

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Edit Step 12  ¶ 

  • Wiggle the white cord connecting the two boards out from under the plastic pieces securing the cord.

  • Lift the button circuit board out of the DVD player.

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

For more information, check out the Sony DVP-SR200P device page.

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