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    Advice 250 to 12volts

    I have a Technika 19" tv dvd combo which continually shows "NO DISC". I have tried a disc cleaner to no effect. What else can I try?
    Also if I do get it working again I would like to know if it is possible to convert this machine to 12v operation for use in my motorhome. I know very little about tv's but have some out of date electrical experience ( see my introduction earlier today) Cheers Brian

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    Default Re: 250 to 12volts

    inverters for cars,vans,motorhomes are cheap now and are perfect for tv,s and laptops.

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    the prices go up the more wattage you need but bigger ones run more power hungry devices.

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    Default Re: 250 to 12volts

    normally spindle motor on them sometimes laser.

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    Default Re: 250 to 12volts

    If you can operate it internally. I recommend to you to disconnect the disc unit of the combo and see if the error is still there. You may have just a faulty disc unit

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    Default Re: 250 to 12volts

    Also, about getting rid of the PSU once disc issue is repaired. You may have to check what DC voltage your model is using and then I recommend to a DC/DC step down converter with a fuse for protection. This unit could be helpful for testing.

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