Tip & How-To about Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-32FS120 32" TV


Don't ever,ever try wrapping aluminum foil around a fuse trying to avoid buying one. If there is a fault in the unit, it will surely destroy it beyond repair, it will also cause a fire. So be safe than sorry and purchase the right one. The rating is written right by the fuse holder. BE SAFE

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How can I get my Model 7-4880A radio to work? The keypad doesn't respond. The clock has not been used for several years, and I don't have the instructions any longer.

These keyboard contacts deteriorate over time. Keep in mind this clock radio is over 30 years old. I have surgically fixed these by cutting small 1/8" x 3/4" strips of aluminum foil. You'll need one for each key that does not work. take a picture of the keys so you'll know where they go. Then take apart the radio remove the keyboard assembly from the base (leaving the keys behind) and place one of those aluminum strips under and around (wrap) each contact point. This will buy you another few years but it will have to be repeated as the foil will wear out over time.

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this also a great way to permanently damage your device if you don't do it exactly right. Skip right to the new cable solution to avoid the need to replace the entire unit. You can also damage your charging device (such as plugging into your computer), or shorting out your wall adapter, which can blow circuits in your home.

IF you want to try to save your existing cable, you can SLIGHTLY compress the outer connector of the usb cable, but again, if not done just so, it can damage your equipment.

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Hey kenat. To increase the range of your wireless signal to increase signal strength, try pointing the antennae as approximate as possible to your receiver. If you have already tried that, then use the old Aluminum foil trick. Get a small square of aluminum foil and wrap it around your antennae. Make sure the whole antennae is wrapped with the foil and it's usually best to keep some more hanging off. Because Aluminum is conductive, this will increase the strength of your wireless signal, and at the same time your range.
If all else fails you could always purchase a multi-antennae router which usually has 3 or more antennae.

Have fun :)

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When battery is inserted, the internal fuse blows. I have tried changing it to no avail. Battery may have been inserted backwards at one point,

janaire why not wrap the fuse in aluminum foil? Then the errant part can be identified by the faint red glow. DO NOT bypass your fuse or overfuse the device!!!

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