|12-09-2009||This service manual is available at Lamson Digital Electronics for only 10 USD. Go to their website at www.lamson.ftp4me.com or email them at [email protected] for payment instructions.|
|12-09-2009||Datasheets are available all over the internet for free. Just type it in the google search bar and you'll see it.|
|12-09-2009||You don't say if the unit works OK otherwise.
Most stereos with LCD displays that have a back light will work just fine without a backlight bulb. Just point a flashlight at display to read.|
|12-09-2009||Why don't you try? I only got two hits.
One is a Chinese site/search/"sorry not found"
and other relates to Geocaching.|
|12-09-2009||Oh, sorry. My bad.|
|12-09-2009||thanks for the reply yes it works fine otherwise.
Ive tried shining a light on it but it doesn't seem to display anything.
|12-09-2009||Can you shine a light from behind? You're sure it's a LED (not a grain of wheat type lamp)? Is it mounted on a board (location #) or wired in?|
|12-09-2009||Hi I read your problem. I think you must be checking your smps for authorize service station and they suggest to what would be problem..? If not solved the problem than You buy new Smps...|
|12-09-2009||I tried shining a torch in front of the screen again and looking closely was able to just read it! thanks for the suggestion. Ive taken some pictures of the bulb and the circuit board:
I read your comment. I think You are very confuse to using about the moving message services. You can search to this topic's tutorial. You should be try and i thing solved your problem..|
|12-09-2009||Depends on if they're wired in parallel? or series? 4 wires/4-pin plug/socket, but can't see foils on the board it plugs into.
Regular lamps - if you have meter, unplug and test for continuity on each bulb - if both open put meter on AC Volts and CAREFUL|
|12-09-2009||Racal Dana 5001 multimeter||Hi, I have one of these and I converted it to 240v from 110v no problem but I need to also make it 50hz from 60hz can anyone help on how this is done, I see a xtal near the power supply maybe that the answer?
|12-09-2009||Thank you so very much for your help!
I took out the bulbs and using a magnifying glass found that they were both burned out. Ill try and measure the voltage on the circuit board tomorrow and try and source some new bulbs.|
|12-09-2009||6, 8, 12 and 14 are the "common" voltages. 35mA and 70mA are the "common" currents. And then they have different bulb diameters. You CAN put a smaller diameter bulb in a larger hole or you can usually enlarge a smaller hole to fit a la|
|12-09-2009||Thank you for your reply and efforts! :D
There are now several issues raised and I'll try to reply as clearly as possible...
[quote:4e3fd6be18="vtech"]Not familiar with the specific set but based on your description, the color shift & ghosting ma|
|12-09-2009||Sounds like bad solder connections, some where. If the picture acts up what does smacking the out side case do?|
|12-09-2009||hallo,anyone have solution ?|
|12-09-2009||[quote:ffce764067="Anonymous"]hallo,anyone have solution ?[/quote:ffce764067]
|12-09-2009||CCTV Camera||Do anyone mind helping me on how to connect cctv camera without controller to the tv|
T5204 has dry joints.[/b:7877e96171][/quote:7877e96171]
what can we do if there are dry joints?
(I have the same problem)|