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.

Image 1/2: Remove five 7.5 mm Phillips screws on the back of the player. Image 2/2: 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.

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Image 1/2: Be sure not to lose the rubber clip that is wrapped around the cord. Image 2/2: 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.

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

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Image 1/2: Now remove the ribbon that attaches the power supply to the motherboard by grasping the white head and gently pulling up. Image 2/2: 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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Image 1/3: Pinch this plastic prong and slide the power supply up and over it. The power supply should lift free. Image 2/3: Pinch this plastic prong and slide the power supply up and over it. The power supply should lift free. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/2: 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. Image 2/2: You can find a new fuse [http://www.newark.com/jsp/search/productdetail.jsp?SKU=09WX6361&CMP=AFC-GB100000001|here].
  • 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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