Question about Televison & Video
Hi, I just recently bought a sennheiser rs160 wireless headphone. The problem is that when I turn it on, the LED stays on (no flashing what so ever) it is just stuck there with no sound or connection. There is nothing in the manual stating anything about this problem. Would appreciate if someone could help me out. Thanks Adrian
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Lamp Light Red - No Screen Image
It could be the a problem with the lamp ballist circuit, or just a bad lamp socket, or simply a bad lamp. The only way to tell is to call out a servicer as that would be alot less expensive then to get a new lamp and then that not be the problem. These problems can be a little hair pulling at times, thats why i have no hair left!! LOL Good Luck
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
Ok if I understand what you are saying. You are going from your TVs audio jack into an amplifier TEAC AG-V8050 and then into the Sennheiser T1250 unit? This is done to amplify the sound so your wife can hear the TV via Infared into headphones I am guessing. The connections would have to be as follows. TV RCA jack (Installed by someone to TV audio Output section, most likely the speaker) to the Amplifier TEAC AG-V8050 via RCA cable then from the Amplifier via RCA cable to the Sennheiser TI 250 IR Transmitter. The transmitter then takes the audio input and turns it into a digital signal which is transmitted via IR to headphones which your wife is using. First of all the amp TEAC AG-V8050 is not needed. what happend here is the person doing the installation took sound off of a preamp to avoid having to deal with the TV volume control. This works but it makes matters harder. So here is how you troubleshoot this problem: 1) Disconnect the amplifier and plug the RCA jack of the TV into the RCA jack of a set of amplified Mono headphones. (This is to determine if sound is coming from the TV) If not the problem is in the TV audio section and you will need to take it to a TV repair shop. 2) If audio is coming through the headset the trouble is in the amp or the sennhiser unit. To test the sennhiser unit: plug the sennhiser into the audio out of a VCR and listen in the headphones for sound. If you have sound, the sennheiser is good and the problem may be in the amplifier, but if you do not have sound the the sennheiser is bad. 3)Connect the audio out of the VCR into the audio in of the amplifier and plug the output of the amplifier into the sennheiser which tested good with just the VCR alone. If no sound is present then the amp is your culprit. Once you find out which component is the problem, I would suggest finding a rapair shop here on FitYa to repair your unit or having an electronics technician come to you to fix the bad component. This should help, Thank you, Shuttle83
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
Please study the procedure at the following address.....
use 1000mf 25v or 35v 105 degree capacitors to replace
original four 1000mf 16v..............if new ones are a little
too high,just lay them over on board........
Look it over..........let me know......................T.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
A quick fix for this is to use a hair dryer to heat up the capacitors and then plug the tv back in. It should only take about 90-120 seconds to heat them up depending on how hot the dryer is. The cap's are located on the right side. Take the front cover off the TV, and heat up the box that is about the size of a small cable box on the right side. Once the cap's are warm, they will stay warm as long as the TV stays plugged in.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
From what I've been able to find, the problem is the fan that cools the bulb is not starting when you turn the tv on. Blow on it to get it going or clean with compressed air. The fan could be clogged up with lint etc. It's on the rear left of the tv.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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