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Toshiba tv 32ax60 3 thin wires disconnected

Hi, I mistakenly pulled out my tv while the cable were still connected.. the result is a small silver box, almost like a cable splitter, around 3 inches by 2 inches by 1/2 half.. with 3 connection cable connections has been pulled right out the back of the TV... the part number is WSA2170-0007R 811YA RSU 133X5...

The problem is there are 3 very thin wires, blue, yellow and redi...these wires were soldered onto the back of the small silver box.. i can see where they became disconnected but i am not sure where each wire should be connected... can you help..? thanks.

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  • mortgagewhiz Dec 03, 2008

    Hi tvjoseph, yes, i think it is the RF converter assembly.. there are 3 threaded connections on the outside, not damaged, but it was pulled right out through the tv, broke the plastic tv case.. and on the inside were 3 very thin wires, blue, yellow, red... tv has never been worked on.. was never moved since original purchase 7 yrs ago.. i'm confident i could solder those 3 wires back but just don't know where they go...

    i can attach a small video clip and post on youtube if that would help you identify the problem better? thanks


  • mortgagewhiz Dec 04, 2008

    Hi, i've put a short video clip so that you can view the problem... any advice is welcome.. thanks

  • mortgagewhiz Dec 05, 2008

    This was helpful.. thank you.. now if you can only tell me where the hot wires are supposed to be connected...

    ps. did my video help?


  • mortgagewhiz Dec 05, 2008

    Hi again, thank you.. sorry, i don't understand 'insulated fee thru ceramic bubble.' i don't see any ceramic or any bubble... excuse my ignorance.. my electronics knowledge is limited..it's been a long time since i worked on these things...

  • dagordon Dec 18, 2008

    exact same problem here.

    I have a volt meter at hand but I don't know where the power and ground need to be connected.

    Thanks!


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Belive your referring to rf converter assembly. entire unit can be replaced  or if threaded end pulled out can be repaired. dont understand 3 wires unless worked on previously. avg shop prob min bench to repair. .

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  • joe wertenberg Dec 04, 2008

    wires are for switching voltage to converter.  wont work with out same. back of converter may be marked b+ next to posts. you will need volt meter to idenify hot wires. if you have any repair shops near they may have your tv look at same. the 2 connedtions with insulated feed thrus are for b+ metal case is for wire with no b+ idenify wires with b+ hook to feed thrus if dozent work reverse wires. 

  • joe wertenberg Dec 05, 2008

    yes vidio great! hot wires go to insulated feed  thrus ceramic bubble  on connecter 

  • joe wertenberg Dec 05, 2008

    another way the 2 connections with high reistence to ground are for b+ need ohm meter.

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