Hi, I have just recently found one WM D6C in a pawn shop, hoping to replace my now dead WM-D3. I do not know much of this machine, besides its normal functions (first use and never seen the manual.) The machine of very early revision (1st I think: 87XXX.) The first thing I noticed when I added new batteries is the motor spinning (without anything engaged). I found the Walkman is able to play my IEC 2 tapes well, and all other functions work (pause,dolby, etc) and responsive to ''speed control''. I believe this means the servo circuits are fine?
I noticed when I took it apart to check the rubber belts and flywheel that the motor is purposefully disengaged from the flywheel. So is it possible that the machine was designed to have motor continuously run?
Please tell me if this is normal before I start hunting for schematics and tracing the circuits.
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Your power supply board is not yet dead, u know basic electronics' and soldering? Most of the times, the power supply board just have dead leakages gases capacitors.These capacitors always bulges up on it top,or puff up on it top.Replaced these gases leakages capacitors will get your TV power stable,and work again.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
Did this device ever work? Do you have two Video connections on your computer? I recently ran into a situation where there were two connections on the computer and one was DVI, one was VGA. The bios was set to Auto, which should have connected the Monitor to the port that was attached. However, it only worked when I removed the video card that was not in use..
My name is ArmyMason, lets see if I can get you going in the right direction. www.partstore.com might have a deal on the parts you need but I am thinking it would be cheaper for you to buy a new monitor or consider hitting up a local pawn shop for a cheap replacement. These parts can cost more than the whole monitor because LG buys parts in major quanity and we all know (WalMart effect) the more you buy the cheaper the price. So if you need to take it apart in the back of the monitor are a bunch of screws start unscrewing and make sure you know where they all go. tape them near the hole so that you can find them later. Once all apart, be sure to wear gloves, dont want anything to possiably contaminate you. (LEAD)... get the part number off the screen and look it up in that site. Order it and replace it. It is straight forward to replacing it.
First, make sure that you have all the necessary cables connected, then make sure that they are all connected properly and tightly. Also, make sure that your computer is set to output to the correct output. If that doesn't work, then the speakers are probably broken. That's the exact reason why you don't buy stuff from pawn shops. Cheap, but crappy.