Hi!I"ve got problem with a sp 1,2000year.sometimes the board light fi is turning on,an then the power from low range is very bad,and it wont go near red rpm.I look the tps but I think it is alraid.how much ohm must it be?or is somwhere else of the electric!soory because my English is no good.I am written you from Slovenia,near italy.thanks for the answere.regards Tony
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Download the service manual from here Look at the diagnostic section and there are instructions how to bridge some cables so that the FI indicator starts blinking showing you a code.According to the table you will find out what the problem is.
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if you turned it on without speakers hooked to it you may have blown the speaker output amps or if the end of the amp remote wire touched a ground you may have burned a trace on the board did you here it play at the pawn shop? or did it just light up? sometimes the people at the pawn shop think if the unit lights up it is working and sometimes they check them is just hook power to them without speakers if so this can blow the speaker output I would take it back to the pawn shop
Sounds like an inverter problem. On some of these sets, the inverter and the power supply are on the same board. These boards tend to be quite pricey, $100 + range. I've worked on your particular model with the same problem, and it was a bad inverter/power supply board. I would recommend you get a diagnosis to be sure.
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