|23-06-2008||Who's kidding who here. It's another way to make a profit.
|23-06-2008||The fuse is 237|
You need to look at the pictures O2thx posted. This will show you where to look. You're looking for C707 and E994.|
|23-06-2008||Cleaned up the connection, re-soldered it, checked most of the ribbon cables and cleaned some dust out of the contacts. screwed it all back together and still have the same problem.
So I'm having to put it down to a dry joint.
Ive noticed that whe|
|23-06-2008||Sylvania 42" plasma logic board||Hello,
I took my sylvania plasma tv in for repair & was told it had a bad logic board & they wanted about $500 to repair it. I told them no, took it home & ended up finding a logic board for just under $100. After replacing it still have the|
|23-06-2008||Re: Sylvania 42" plasma logic board||[quote:a09758691b="Shawn2345"]Hello,
I took my sylvania plasma tv in for repair & was told it had a bad logic board & they wanted about $500 to repair it. I told them no, took it home & ended up finding a logic board for just under $100. Aft|
|23-06-2008||Can you post a picture?|
|24-06-2008||sure, just need to charge me camera batteries|
10mins later when its warmed up it reverts to this
|24-06-2008||MI-QC2XN-MYY datasheet:||Thanks for your support.|
|24-06-2008||Re: Strange readings on digital multimeter||[quote:cd85b6a8bd="essexboy"]I have a Clarke autoranging digital multimeter. If I switch it to read d.c. or a.c. volts, without anything connected to it, it shows spurious constantly varying readings of up to several hundred millivolts. If I then connect |
|24-06-2008||yes it does have sound|
|24-06-2008||[quote:a73306a6a5="shawn2345"]yes it does have sound[/quote:a73306a6a5]
Go after the digital main board. If that doesn't fix it, it's the panel.|
|24-06-2008||Go after the logic board. Too wide spread to be a buffer board.|
|24-06-2008||Thanks||Along the lines you mention, I googled "enter service mode sony", and found some general info/warnings about 'service mode' on a sony. I know someone with a sony remote (different model) - might work. In any case, thanks for taking time to give |
|24-06-2008||Local FSP distributor in france gives me a price of 73 euro (VAT to be added), 4 weeks delivery time.
For a loan, FSP was busy with an exhibition in China and no news.
"sdutango" have find an other link on lcdpart web site.
|24-06-2008||hmm cant find the logic board in the service manual, though it only shows the underlying circuit boards, and not whats present once you take the back off,
When taking the back off of the monitor, there is a set of circuit boards mounted onto some meta|
|24-06-2008||Re: Fujitsu psd4213||[quote:7e90914cc7="Kish"]I have a 42in Plasma which when turned on comes up with a picture for 10 second and then the screen goes blank.Anyone have any idas as to what it could be or point to a pcb please.The switch on led goes from red o green and stays |
|24-06-2008||have (2) service manuals for this oscilloscope, I can scan and email to you, or, if you like, post hard copy(would need postage covered)|
|24-06-2008||i know this is a couple of years old, but did you get any joy in finding one of these
email is firstname.lastname@example.org|
|24-06-2008||Should i still check those voltages?? The main board is the one with the video inputs on it correct?? Is there a way of testing it or i just gotta change it out to find out if its bad??
Thanks for all your help!
|24-06-2008||On the back of the panel look for a sticker. It will have the VA/VS voltage listed. Look at the power supply also. You'll see VA/VS, 5vdc, 30vdc and so on. Take a meter and read as many voltages as you can find. If all the voltages seem ok, you've replace|
|24-06-2008||[quote:2656936730="Anonymous"]i know this is a couple of years old, but did you get any joy in finding one of these
email is email@example.com[/quote:2656936730]
doubt if you get a response from the original poster. there is really nothi|
Please help me! My TV's model# is: SP43W6. The autofocus is bad, and the picture on the TV is not good. Please tell me how can I enter into the service menu. Many thanks.|