|22-05-2008||The 'panel' is what you look at or from the back the 'big' silver thing all the boards are mounted on. There should be a white sticker with the VS/VA voltage. In your case it would be the YDRVTP, YSUS, ZSUS, or the Y drive board which may or may not come |
When I unplugged the YSUS, the blue indicator light on the front stays on for about 3 min so I was able to take some readings.
The Va fluctuates between about 34v and 5v. The two Vs leads go between about 30v and 4v and end up settli|
|23-05-2008||Sega Game Gear||Does someone have a Game Gear service manual or schematics?|
|23-05-2008||Kudos & glad to be of help 8)|
|23-05-2008||If it's the one I'm thinkin of.....That Orion design was probably the cheapest load of crap I've ever had to deal with. Instead of having seperate motors, it used ONE friggin toy motor to load the tray, spin the disc & drive the laser mechanism by me|
|23-05-2008||Thank you very much spake. You are great !!
|23-05-2008||LG Flatron 1710S Model LB700G-GL||Greetings all;
I've seen that there is a service manual (on this site) for the LG Flatron 1710S (Chassis CL-42, models LB700G -GD and GU). However the power supply modules are different to that of the earlier models.
In view of this, doeas anyone ha|
|23-05-2008||Alpine CDA 9886||Hi!
Does anybody know if it´s possible to change alpine´s FM-step to 0.1Mhz? I got U.S. version and now fm-step is 0.2Mhz.
Or anyone got schema for this?|
|23-05-2008||Please write to enkomp.pl/serwis/ we can help you, or international webpage: international.enkomp.pl. You can find contact data on "kontakt" page or fill quick question form.
|23-05-2008||Thanks vtech. This mechanism appears to be pretty different. The tray motor does appear to be dedicated with a single belt to a drive gear that shows in the front of the mechanism for manual tray operation.
Is the the fact that the Toshiba DVD screen|
|23-05-2008||What do VS/VA read with the boards plugged in?|
|23-05-2008||What is this for?|
|23-05-2008||Ok, must be a differnt one & yes, if the DVD screen is broken up, there is definately an electronic problem. Could be anything from a bad memory or a signal process issue within the signal board. Remote possibility of a bad connection (unlikely). |