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Flexible hinge I need to tighten my flexible hinge, the monitor keeps dropping, anyone know of an easy fix for this?

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I had the same problem. Samsung will replace the monitor if it is still within the factory warranty -- which I believe is 2 years.

Posted on Sep 15, 2007

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usually you need to remove the front collar of the main unit, it usually just screws off. Don't lose it as you will need to replace it when you remove the flexible unit. You then insert the shaft into the collett and tighten it then thread the outside of the flexible shaft onto where you disconnected the the front collar. You do not state model so I cannot give you exact instructions

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It wont turn on the button seems to be stuck in a unpushable position


You need to open it up and remove the switch PCB assembly from the front panel, then you will see the plastic power push button that is attached to the front panel by a couple plastic stems that were melted on to hold the button in place (cheapy way of making the monitor), you can try using the siliocne adhesive to hold the button in place since the silicone is flexible (that is what I use for fixing broken button/hinges)

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Oil pan leak


buy a tube of sealer called Right Stuff
1. Remove the flexible exhaust pipe
2. Disconnect the downstream catalyst monitor sendor (OXYGEN SENSOR)
3. Drain engine oil
4. Remove the 15 bolts and the oil pan
5. Clean pan & surface area.
6. Apply sealer 10mm (0.40 inch) diameter of sealer
7. Position oil pan and hand-tighten the oil pan bolts
8. Start with front of oil pan tighten each bolts going around oil pan till all are tighten up.
9. Install exhaust flexible exhaust pipe
10. Connect OXYGEN SENSOR connector
11. Lower the vehicle.
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I have a Panasonic pv-gs35 Camcorder when I open the lcd monitor the screen turns all white. The viewfinder works ok. Should I have to replace The lcd monitor?


first check the LCD connection, try to reconnect the flexible cables on the LCD board,
second, replace the flexible cable goes throungh hinge.
if those won't work, you may need to replace the LCD or main board.

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Mechanical problem


Undo the six M2 screws that hold the left housing assemble (control panel for flash & focus etc) and remove You will see that there are 3 srews that hold the hinge assembly together all 3 wiil be loose and require tightening (you will neeed to tilt the lens up to see and tighten the third screw.

Reassemble the housing making sure not to trap thw flexible cable

Easy 5 min job

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Sony Mini camcorder DCR-HC21 problem with LCD and viewfinder. need help ASAP!!


i have the same problem,i opened the camera, i have taken out the flexible cable, its broken at the hinge...it looks like a bad design of the cable is the reason.

the cable is 1cm in width and at one point when it passes through the
hinge the cable is split into two with .5cm width each. one cable is cut at the pt where it enters the hinge, this cable is stretched to fit into the hinge, guess thats why it broke so soon...

It would be great if some1 can guide on from where and how to get this cable..

Anand

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Little black latch on ds lite


If you are talking about the latch for the top screen flexible cable, here I put some examples about these type of connectors:

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As you can see the black or brown latches are there to press the flexible cable contacts down to the connector contacts and avoid the flexible cable to unplug accidentally.  All you need to do is lift the latch and then the flexible will be free to take it out.

In the case of the other black wires, you just need to lift the plated connectors.

I recommend you to roll up the flexible cable and use tape to avoid damage to it when taking it throught the hinge. Thats because if you damage the cable then you must but a complette new top screen because the flexible is soldered directly to the LCD screen.

Good luck...

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Focus Issues


Try tightening the grub screw that fastens the knob onto the shft that it turns.

Better still, buy a flexible extended focusser which makes focussing much easier. Check on eBay for "Meade flexible focus"

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