Hello, i recently bought a VX924 that has a blown fuse. i thought it would be easy and just replace the fuse but it the moment it plugged it in. Has anyone else fixed the monitor having similar symptoms?
What are the symptoms? How do you know the fuse was blown on the monitor you bought? The fuse on vx924 is soldered onto the circuit board. If you have any symptoms that require power its probably not the fuse. The back lighting on this unit has a problem. Three 25v 470uf caps on the circuit board are underrated and have a tendency to go bad. Replace them with 35v 470uf caps.
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Check your fuse box. When multiple things fail at the same time it is usually a blown fuse. Extremely easy and cheap to fix. Probably a dash fuse, on a 95 infinity the fuses should be easy to identify by looking at the referance guide on the back of the fuse box cover. If it doesnt have a reference guide you can check your fuses one by one, You can identify a blown fuse by inspecting the contacts for a damage. If you find a blown fuse be sure and replace it with the same type.
hello! there is a standard procedure for proper replacement of blown fuse: CRT TVs: unplug degaussing coil, replace blown fuse with 2amp fuse and turn on the set. If it works, reconnect degaussing coil, replace the fuse with correct value(5-8) amp, depends on model(see fuse note next to holder). Enjoy the show! If in a process of replacing the blown fuse with 2amp w/o degaussing coil it blows again, forget about the next step. Set need repair. It could be an easy one, replacing 1 or 2 shorted diodes or bridge rectifier, but could be real piece of work if the power supply got "fried". If your knowledge won't go further, than fuse replacement, I'd recommend local TV repair shop. good luck, Alex.
HelloPower supply board of your DVD player has the fault. Just open the top cover of the payer and locate the power inverter board. It can be detected very easy, as power chord goes diret to it afte the mains ON/OFF switch. There will be a fuse [a glass cartridge type, slided in to a fuse socket. Just pull it out and check it with a multimeter for continuity. If the fuse is good, the meter show deflection. Otherwise it has blown up. You have to replace the fuse with same type in both diamension and ampearage. It ampere rating and volts will be marked on its metal rim at the edge. The fuse can be bought from most of the electronic sparepart selling shops at your town.But, before replacing the fuse, you have to troubleshoot the reason for the blown out of present fuse. There will be some reason for this fuse to blow out, if it is found blown up. Check the supply board well before replacing the blown up fuse. It is really a skilled job indeed, you must have knowledge in electronics, and experience in servicing electronic circuit boards. OK.
check to see that the lighter fuse or accesory fuse is the right amp.it should tell you on the cover of the panel if it is to low that could be causing it to blow otherwise you have something in ligter plug or charger unit causing a short
it does sound like a fuse problem. make sure the fuse you replaced did not blow again. the radio will have two fuses for it , one ignition fuse to make it work and a permanaent supply fuse to keep the memory when you turn the car off. i would check all the fuses, even tho they look good they could still be blown. best way to check them is to turn the ignition on and with a 12 volt tester go across both sides of the fuse, the tester should work across both sides, if it only works one side it heas blown. just a thought in regards to the battery change make sure all the cables have been put on correctly, none left or on wrong side. hope this helps.
Hello, the C5 code will only show up after the C7 code -- Fuser temp. to low. First put a meter on the Thermal fuse and the Thermistor and see if it is blown. The fuse and thermistor are under the black ( usually) fuser cover which runs the lenght of the fuser. If the fuse and /or thermistor are blown, replace. The lamp will not come on if the fuse or thermistor are blown. If the fuse and thermistor are good then take the end cap off of the fuser ( usually 1 screw) and disconnect the brass (usually) from the lamp. Check the lamp ( continuity), is the lamp okay. If not replace the lamp. If all of these are good then check the Solid state relay unit ( usually in the lower right hand side looking at the back of the machine with cover off). If the relay is good then you have to replace the PWB-A, the main board.
My thought is that there is a fuse blown. If you put the factory back in and that didn't light up then there is definately a fuse blown. Correct me if I'm wrong but guessing that you didn't cut the harness, by the fact that you could put the factory unit back in, you probaby don't have a problem with wiring. Aslong as you matched up wiring colors with the harnesses the wires should be fine. The next problem should be a fuse. Not all fuses blown in a way that is easy to see. Just replace the "radio" fuse in your fuse panel and give that a shot. If you still have problems get back to me. Good Luck!