Same problem still. I called HP and they said that my computers serial/model number didn't fall under their warranty they are offering for this problem. Probably just because not enough people have complained about it. HP wanted to charge me 298 to send it in and have it fixed which of course I decided not to do. I finally had to take it to a tech store and they couldn't figure out the problem in store so I have to wait forever to find out what it is. May be the motherboard. Totally pissed at HP
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From the number, it was made AFTER 1945 (when they started to feature a model code before the serial number), but before 1969 (Triumph changed its serial numbering system to include a two-letter prefix to denote month and year of manufacture, followed by model code and serial number).
The "H" denotes that it is a 500 twin model.
The 1961 production run ran from H18612 toH25251. Your number falls into this range, so yes, it's a 1961, 500 cc engine, and the model of bike it came off of is called a "Trophy 500".
First, how old is the monitor? If it is still under warranty, usually under one year, then take it back to where you purchased it (with your receipt) and tell them to give you a new one. I had to do that once.
Second, The model/make/serial numbers can be found near the power chord on the back. If not there, it has to be on the back somewhere.
The serial number and Model numbers are on a sticker under the battery. Remove the battery and see what the model number is, then you can get the proper sound drivers. The HP website might also be able to auto detect what your laptop is. All Compaqs are actually HPs since HP owns the label.
You need to replace the Y scan board. Sadly, all of the PL4260 models have the same problem... its just a matter of time before it blows. HP has offered a "free fix" but only to those sets that fall with in their so called serial range of those with faulty parts. Like I've said in another post... I called HP yesterday (3 December 08) and they admitted to having used sub standard parts in all of the PL4260 models, not just the serial ranges they (HP) stated.
HP isn't going to fix yours.... and I'm willing to bet your serial falls 1-3 digits outside of the "free fix" serial.
Solution: you will need to purchase TNPA3243AB-PA and TNPA3242-PA to fix your issue. Or you can go ahead and let HP come out and fix your tv for $700+ The difference, you order the parts and fix it yourself...$250-300 plus your time and effort.... you pay HP $700+ for their tech to order the same part from the same distributor, and they put it in for you... either way, you're not getting a warranty or at least thats what they told me....
well, you can... buy it
but there are many free alternatives
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(if you have bought it and just can't find the serial number you can just ask someone else)