Question about Televison & Video
I see that you have addressed this problem previously. My JVC shows the blinking loading. My problem is not solved with unplugging the unit (it has been unplugged about a year!) I have removed the cover and have found 5 "tubular/round" brown objects (CapXon) on the left side (look a little like batteries) that I am guessing are the capacitors. Three are 10v, one 16v, one 6.3v. Two of the 10v are bulged on the top (silver). If these are the blown capacitors, how do I remove the old ones and then replace them with 16v? Do I have to remove the board and solder new ones in?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Replace D5103 and D5105 ( Under Heatsink! ). As a precaution replace C5103 and check R6108 and R5109. Any electrolytic capacitors with domed tops should be replaced. This fix also cured machine that flashed the DVD and HDD lamps but had no other functions.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I would call for a technician to come out as it appears the receiver may have been incorrectly set up or is malfunctioning. I suspect that you have a Dish Pro LNB and are using one line into the 612 which uses DPP technology. The short of it is the two are only compatible if two lines are ran to the receiver and the seperator is eliminated. Without being there to test the system end to end it is all speculation. Thanks for using Fix Ya.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
f htn01, May need aid of 10x inspection microscope to find pesky "thermal-cycle-fractured" solder joint connections. I use an old wwII B&L to do my hunting. Also check the board-side of the electrolytic filter capacitors to see if rubber seal has been forced out of the bottom of capacitors. How old is monitor? Have you taken any close-up (3 inch) digital pic's to document your work? I would not trust ANY CapXon brand capacitors. I use an old Stanford Research Systems SR720 LCR meter to measure and GRADE capacitors. What do you mean by "stays on for a few seconds"?? Is it on for 1 to 3 seconds or 45 to 295 seconds? Will you remove capacitors and have them measured at local repair shop? 12fixlouie
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
The DT250 has one or more bad 470uf 25v capacitors. You should replace all four. Look at some of these youtube videos for how do do the replacement.
Order 4 new 470uf 25v capacitors from digikey.com P/N P10274-ND
Use first class mail as your shipping method. Will be under 10 dollars total.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
Power supply board have power surge parts,but not totally dead,it just giving to much power some where,that why it keep killing ur fuse.This problems,u must have great electronic skills to track it down.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.Power surges are rarely happen,but the surge protector will stop massive power will go the protector when it happen instead all the power will go to the tv itself.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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