Introduction

Removing the processing board allows you to access other components like the DVD drive and remaining circuit boards.

Parts

No parts required.

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

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Deck the Halls
With tools and Fix Kits
Remove the blue tape from the processing board by gently pulling upward.
  • Remove the blue tape from the processing board by gently pulling upward.

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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.
  • 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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Handle the processing board with care.  It is fragile.
  • 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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Orient the DVD player so that you are facing the video and audio jacks.
  • 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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Conclusion

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

Brian Hua

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2 Comments

I have Sony DVD player dvp at510p. After switching it runs then automatic Power go down while running it's process ic get hotter and hotter what's the right solutions plz help me

Dhiraj Vasave - Reply

SO my DVD player run 5to 6 minutes then automatic stop all power goes to less

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