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Its a problem of Voltage... High or Low voltage cause this...
0+8 hold on and swith on yr mechine
if shown 0..that's ok...or not show 15, 9, 18
just make it 0
restart ye machine....
If you see again this tell me
okay. Solution pertains to device errrors 22 thru 25. step 1: Is the cable from the fuser firmly connected to the Low Voltage Power Supply at (CN3), between the mother PBA (Cn24) and the Main PBA (Cn12)?
step 2: Is cable from fuser firmly connected to the mother PBA (CN4) between mother PBA (CN25) and the Main PBA (CN13) step 3: if connections seem good and problem error code persists, replace in this order: 1. Fuser (call 888)690-7283 to order. 2. Low Voltage Power Supply 3. Main PBA 4. Mother PBA.
A user manual will do you no good for a tv that has lost its picture. You will need a service manual. Your tv sounds like it's a 37 inch lcd or plasma tv. The cause could possibly be puffed capacitors on the power supply. If you feel confident, you could check the power supply pcb and visually look at all the caps on it to see if they are puffed.
To do this you need to lay the tv face down on a cushioned surface large enough to support the tv by the frame. This is to prevent any damage to the panel. Then remove all the screws securing the back of the tv to the frame. Look at the power supply pcb, it is the board with the power cord attached to it, for puffy caps. If they are puffed they need to be replaced. Replace with capacitors of equal or slightly greater values. The values are marked on the caps themselves in mfd and voltage.
If they look good, take a multimeter and test the dc voltage outputs, usually marked on the power supply near connectors with different colored wires. There should be three of them together. Take the black lead of your multimeter and connect it to chassis ground, and the red lead use to check the voltages.
Three possibilities. AND all you can do yourself!
1. Hi/Low Blower Relay. However these usually fail on low and works on High.
2. Blower Control Switch.
3. Blower Motor Resistor.
If you do not have one: buy a Voltmeter, available for $6 at Walmart.
If you do not have one: buy a Haynes or Chilton Manual at most auto parts stores for $20-$25 dollars. I say this because you are obviously going to keep this vehicle. It will have most of the information with pictures to assist you.
Quickest way to determine which one?
Finding the Resistor....Go on line to autozone.com or advanceauto.com. Answer the questions on year, make, model and engine and go to "look up parts" or click on "Replacement Parts".
Pull up the Hi/Low Blower Relay.
Know you know what you are looking for.
This Relay is located near the Blower Motor.
The System goes: Switches, Relay and/or Resistor, Motor.
Unplug the electrical connection from the Switches going to the Relay.
Turn the engine on. Turn the Selector to Low and using a voltmeter, check for voltage coming from the Switch. Turn to High and rechaeck for voltage coming fom the Switch. No voltage on High? The Switch is bad.
Do the same with the Relay to Resistor connection and or Relay/Resistor to Motor connection. Check the Low and the High voltages.
Let me know if this helped or if you have additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!
hi first of all u should check ur transistor connections.Check your Horizontal and vertical output transistors.You should also check the horizontal and vertical yoke connections as well as your low voltage regulators.... if any of these got damaged u should purchase a new one.. but try to purchase with the help of a tv service assistant...thank u!!! rate me
If you can solder, try checking all the boards for poor solder connections. Resolder any that appear grainy or have rings. If that fails to resolve the problem, then we will have to start looking for failing capacitors in the power supply area.
Please note that there are potentially dangerous high voltages inside the set even when unplugged.
JL amps are somewhat sensitive to low voltage. Everything has to be perfect in the power supply feeding the amp. I'll assume that you have large enough wire. Check the owner's manual on the JL site. They likely recommend 4g or larger.
You need to measure the voltage across the B+ and ground terminals of the amp. If it's dropping below ~11v when you turn the volume up, you need to determine why.
Make the same measurements at the battery terminals. If there is significantly less voltage drop there when the volume is increased, check all of the points in the circuit where there could be a bad connection. Look for corrosion, over-heated connection on fuses or at the battery and make sure the fuse is in good physical condition. Some types tend to overheat and melt.
If everything looks OK, begin measuring the voltage at each point where there is any sort of connector. If for example, you get a significant difference in the voltage on each side of the fuse, the fuse, the holder or the connections to the holder may be defective.