|27-09-2009||Help with Humminbird Matrix17 fishfinder!||Hi everybody! Need your help urgently. My Matrix17 fishfinder doesn't want to start on. Can anybody help me with electrical diagram of the device? Thanks.|
|27-09-2009||Need urgent help!!||Hi everybody! Need your help urgently. My Matrix17 fishfinder doesn't want to start on. Can anybody help me with electrical diagram of the device? Thanks.|
|27-09-2009||Vaio VGN FS215E||Hi
I am trying to fing the manufacturer of my sony Vaio FS215E laptop mainboard. I have used different software to ID the hardware but the mainboard details are reserved or not given.
Can anyone help? I want to upgrade the CPU.
thanks for your help|
|27-09-2009||You an find the Rotel RA-935BX service mmanual at this address:
|27-09-2009||Try resoldering joints on D903 & D906 on power supply board. If still does not work IC901 (2SA01) defective (ebay). :wink:|
|27-09-2009||One (Brand/Model) is just as good (or bad) as any other. :)|
|27-09-2009||Denon DRA-685 Remote Volume||Hello,
I replaced the two 1 Ohm resistors in the +&- 15V lines as Mitch suggested and the "Protection" problem was solved, Thanks Mitch.
Now the volume control will not rotate when using the remote. The volume works fine if turned by h|
|28-09-2009||Data chord||Can anyone say, from where do we get the New data cables of Technics SC-CH510|
|28-09-2009||resolder line drive tx, replace line output transistor, use a genuine device and not a copy!!, if fault recurs at switch on replace line output transformer as well.|
|28-09-2009||Red Light Problem||Did you ever find a solution to this problem as mine just started doing the same thing?|
|28-09-2009||Thanks a lot for the help,however, i do not know what tranzistor to change or where excactly is the tx line or the transformer. can ypu help me with some pictures my email is ([email protected])
or part of a diagram with the parts. This is my tel|
|28-09-2009||Thanks for the replies.The model is a Firstline FS 30V.
IT was bought in Spain(carrefour ).
Another question,it consumes 148w,is that high?|