|05-08-2010||Re: changing some configuration on hidden Menu||[quote:6fed597fdc="Nanetz"]Ok do the following.
on a 775n press and hold left button of the OSD and press and hold power buttton too.
It will turn off and turn on the monitor.
With this the Menu have new options.
Just walk around on options to the deg|
|05-08-2010||This site sales it and list some different part numbers that block can substitute , Its the 12th picture.
Its up to you to decide if it will work to replace yours, Search around yo|
|05-08-2010||If possible, unplug all bulbs. Plug back in one at a time, each in its own turn, unplugging each after its turn. Power up set. For each bulb tried you should see a brief white flash across the screen.
If any don't flash, you have a bad bulb. If you can a|
|05-08-2010||Thanks for replying. Unfortunately, I can't test each bulb as they are not connected by a cable but by fixed panel. So without modifying the circuit it is all or none.
What voltage does the lamp take? I could maybe connect them to something else just t|
|05-08-2010||A little lite reading: [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_cathode[/url]|
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|05-08-2010||Mag proj||Thanks SOPHM,Im going to see if I can find a junk for parts.|
|06-08-2010||Pioneer AM/FM Home Tuner model TX-960||Hi,
I'm looking for schematic diagrams, particularly with DC voltages included, for a Pioneer discrete home tuner. Model TX-960 This is a stand alone model, no amp. But it has PLL circuitry with independent RCA phono output jacks as well as decent ante|
|06-08-2010||I highly doubt he's going to be able to buy it for .99 cents though.|
|06-08-2010||Of course not. That's the "current bid." He'll need to do like it says: (Enter US $1.04 or more). 8)|
|06-08-2010||TX-960 or followup||Yeah, I saw that. Vintage. Still could blow out 2 mins after I plug it in.
I'd rather put new parts in some thing I owned especially since I know it has sat for the last decade, unplugged. Maybe even pull out my old college books and re-remember the d|
|06-08-2010||Let's hope your problem can be solved with standard off-the-shelf resistors, capacitors and transistors, and hope that the ICs, IF/Detector coils, AM antenna, etc. are in good shape. :)|
|06-08-2010||that's really cool! buddy!|