Introduction

This guide will walk you through removing the old power supply for the DVD player so that a new one may be installed. This guide will also show you how to replace a blown fuse if needed.

Parts

No parts required.

Remove four 7.5 mm Phillips screws on the both sides (2 on each side). Remove five 7.5 mm Phillips screws on the back of the player.
  • Remove four 7.5 mm Phillips screws on the both sides (2 on each side).

  • Remove five 7.5 mm Phillips screws on the back of the player.

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Lift the top panel from the back and remove.  It should come off without being forced.  There is a lip near the front so you many need to slide the top panel back slightly to remove it. Lift the top panel from the back and remove.  It should come off without being forced.  There is a lip near the front so you many need to slide the top panel back slightly to remove it.
  • Lift the top panel from the back and remove. It should come off without being forced. There is a lip near the front so you many need to slide the top panel back slightly to remove it.

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Slide the power cord out from the case. Be sure not to lose the rubber clip that is wrapped around the cord.
  • Slide the power cord out from the case.

  • Be sure not to lose the rubber clip that is wrapped around the cord.

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Remove the ribbon attached to the power supply by pushing the latch and gently pulling up.
  • Remove the ribbon attached to the power supply by pushing the latch and gently pulling up.

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Now remove this ribbon wire by grasping the white head firmly and pulling up gently. Now remove this ribbon wire by grasping the white head firmly and pulling up gently.
  • Now remove this ribbon wire by grasping the white head firmly and pulling up gently.

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Remove these two 7.5m Phillips screws and the matching set at the other end of the supply. Now remove the ribbon that attaches the power supply to the motherboard by grasping the white head and gently pulling up.
  • Remove these two 7.5m Phillips screws and the matching set at the other end of the supply.

  • Now remove the ribbon that attaches the power supply to the motherboard by grasping the white head and gently pulling up.

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Remove the last screw. Pinch this plastic prong and slide the power supply up and over it. The power supply should lift free. Pinch this plastic prong and slide the power supply up and over it. The power supply should lift free.
  • Remove the last screw.

  • Pinch this plastic prong and slide the power supply up and over it. The power supply should lift free.

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Your power supply is now free! If the fuse circled here is blown (the small wire in the glass tube is missing or broken), remove it by pinching it tightly and pulling it straight out.
  • Your power supply is now free!

  • If the fuse circled here is blown (the small wire in the glass tube is missing or broken), remove it by pinching it tightly and pulling it straight out.

  • You can find a new fuse here.

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Conclusion

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

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