My Panasonic WV-CM1020 Television yoke coil is burnt when i removed the coil I saw one of the coil, i mean the bottom coil was burnt and that coil is unavailable in india,will there be any other problem apart from yoke coil, how can i repair yoke coil.
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Check coil pic up or the electrical pick up in the pull string housing. Remove that and u will see the fly wheel next to that is the electrical pick up .look at fly wheel make sure magnets are clean surface ,they are in the fly wheel itself.after that remove coil and clean surface that faces fly wheel. Using a match book cover place it between fly wheel and coil ,make sure it moves but not falls out snug ,tighten coil screws and remove match book cover. If it dose it again re place coil look for small engine shop in your area and the can help get u a new one .weak spark means coil,sparkplug
If the set had a burnt CL031 Capacitor and its now squealing you may have a broken CRT if not the deflection board itself will need replacement. But I would inspect each CRT neck real good even loosen the yoke as often they will crack right at the yokes clamp line.
On both of these saws to change the coil or adjust the points the engine must be removed from the case.
Disassembly is pretty straight forward. You first have to remove the screw for the choke, and pull the lever up, and that is off. Turn the high, and low needle screws all the way in, to lightly seat the needles. With a small flat screwdriver (I prefer using a dental pick, with a 90 degree hook at one end, and straight at the other), and lift the linkage up out of the grove of the throttle lever (very difficult to put back together). Remove the wrap around handle, the top handle, unplug the spark plug wire, remove the spark plug and then the starter assemble. There is a stud, or bolt on the bottom of the chain saw, and underneath the top handle, those have to be removed, as well. You will see a slotted hole, where there is a plastic plug in the bottom of it. GENTLY push that up, with a flat screwdriver. That is what locks the fuel tank and oil tank into place, with the fuel filter, and the fuel line. Then with all of the bolts removed, it should slide out. PAY Very CLOSE ATTENTION (don't mean to look like I'm yelling at you, but this is crucial), to how the fuel line, and the spark plug wire, comes out together. If you get them back wards when you put the chain saw back together, you will pinch the fuel line off, and the motor won't get any gas (learned that the hard way). Take care, and good luck. They can be finicky to work on, and some times aggravating to work on as well. HTH
If I were doing this there would be digital photos to jog the memory during reassembly.
If needed I think the point coil is pn 84957 Available $43.42 Solid state coil pn 217031 Available $39.46 These parts are NOT interchangeable.
I changed the oil pump on a 11-600016C and removed the housing. It is a challenge. Good luck. HTH Lou
how do i control my speed dome cam wb cw 960 connected to wj rt 416v, now that i dont have wv p416e 4 channel card in the market. i need to add rs485 cable but is there a connection port or do i need to add a hub i am talking about adding 3 units 960 units.
Tell me are they Verticle lines or verticle LINE. If it is one line, either yoke( a coil kept at the neck of the tube).A yoke has two coils for Vertical and Horizontal for deflections.When the Horizontal deflection coil is opened you get a vertical line which is a single bright line. There another small linear coil on the board connecting the horizontal coil of the yoke.This is a simple fault and tracing is very easy and not expenssive.Only if the yoke is open, it might be bit costly.And that is a rare case.
Is there a transformer? Check to see that there is AC on the primary & secondary of the transformer.
If no AC on the secondary, then the transformer is bad. If AC ok on the secondary, then look for a bad rectifier diode/module and/or regulator module. There might also be fuses on the DC side of the power supply.
If the unit is completely dead, it's most likely a power supply issue.
Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.
go back and check them resistors....with a magnifier and be sure of the color codes...I bet one is way off. and get the manual out confirm each resistor u replaced and even remeasure it. dont mess with yokes or nothing on them tubes! its on the board....check for solder splash too on bottom or shorted pins on stks.
if you must just make a big x on screen from corner to corner now cover red and blue tubes. the green should be in center of the x if not move the adjusting 2 magnets near yoke to center it
it will have tabs sticking out u might have to move both. after you center adjust red and blue to green.
Take a look at the sawtooth waveform produced by the vertical oscillator. There's probably an IC that's producing it. I'd suspect there is a capacitor that is out of tolerance in this circuit on it's way to the vertical deflection yoke.
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