|12-09-2009||Thanks for the post! :D
[quote:1378e73826="minnie"]Sounds like bad solder connections, some where. If the picture acts up what does smacking the out side case do?[/quote:1378e73826]
Actually, I can't induce color change by hitting the A or A3 board a|
|12-09-2009||Re: need datasheet||[quote:0db10ea522="thefixer"]hello every one i need datasheet of ka1522p ,it is a power supply chip for dvd player.any one to help me find this .thanks in advance.[/quote:0db10ea522]
Just a guess,
If it is an 8 pin DIP package, more than likely, it is |
|12-09-2009||Ok, sure sounds like a combination of bad connection(ghosting effect) and a lethargic relay. Your calculation is correct and the 14.6V is also acceptable for the 15V line which at this point, makes it unnecessary for further voltage checking for a relay i|
|12-09-2009||Just like any other piece of equipment, it all depends on what is included in the camera; If it has a built-in power supply with a standard composite video output, it is a matter of figuring out the connections and connecting it to a television set with a|
|12-09-2009||Re: need datasheet||[quote:2746796118="vtech"][quote:2746796118="thefixer"]hello every one i need datasheet of ka1522p ,it is a power supply chip for dvd player.any one to help me find this .thanks in advance.[/quote:2746796118]
Just a guess,
If it is an 8 pin DIP package|
|12-09-2009||Re: need datasheet||[quote:059cefc208="thefixer"][quote:059cefc208="vtech"][quote:059cefc208="thefixer"]hello every one i need datasheet of ka1522p ,it is a power supply chip for dvd player.any one to help me find this .thanks in advance.[/quote:059cefc208]
Just a guess,
|12-09-2009||DU42PX12X||I have sound an absolutely no picture. Any clue as to which board this may be attributed to?
|12-09-2009||It's a very good news to me that 14.6V is acceptable as 15V line and that the chase for relay issue is over. :D I was afraid 14.6V was too low...
I already have C536 on "To Replace" list, as I don't intend to remove the D-board again just to re|
|13-09-2009||Screw that, you can take a maginifying glass and look for bad solder connections on the all ready given board you said you can "tap" and make the picture distort. Replace the cap/caps and solder up what ever you can get at on that board. I never|
|13-09-2009||Re: DU42PX12X||You come here for help and should we googel DU42PX12X? What brand? How old? OSD? LCD Plasma??? I know what it is how should any one else that helps out here know? Replace the X any y sustain boards but first look for bulged caps on the power supply. Post |
|13-09-2009||Resolder what was explained...
T5204 has dry joints.[/b:69076c705d][/quote:69076c705d]
what can we do if there are dry joints?
(I have the same prob|
|13-09-2009||i have just performed the same repair on my 5700 and it worked great. I had the same ticking issue also. THANKS ALOT!!!|
|13-09-2009||Thanks minnie, (I am Antony, I was the "Guest" in the previous post because I justed subscribed)
I was confused by the "Sorry" Kostas wrote. sounded like I couldn't solder dry joints. I don't know what a dry join is :cry:
|13-09-2009||Servie manual for Blaupunkt BSA247||Please Help Me withe a Service Manual FOR Blaupunkt BSA247|
|13-09-2009||"Dry joints" are cracked solder connections. The components are soldered in and need to be resoldered. Because heat expands and cold contracts as solder joints heat and cool they crack and cause intermittent connections. Reheating them and apply|
|13-09-2009||Stand by for toshiba TV||Hi, I have a Toshiba TV model 32AV554D and it will not come out of stand by mode. I have tried unplugging it from the mains supply, switching on from TV and with remote control, has anybody got ant ideas please? Thanks.|