Question about Televison & Video
I want to repair my tv set but I have no schematic diagram or service manual. On a site I downloaded a .bin file and an .e2p file which are meant to help me. So, how do I open or use them efficiently to get the schematic diagram or the service manual I need?
Thank in advance.
SOURCE: tv schematics or service manuals
Check this site: http://www.eserviceinfo.com/equipment_mfg/Hitachi_2.html
Yoy may be able to find some in service manual by chassis number.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
SOURCE: service manual/schematic
You can search this database for the service info you seek about your tv here:
Most service manuals with schematics cost about $27.95 for the PDF version of it, otherwise the paper version is about $15.00 more for handling and shipping.
You will need the chassis number of the unit in question in order to search for it. I hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
a free diagram will be very difficult to track down with that specific model. is it CRT or LCD or Plasma? your best bet would be to find a couple repair diagrams for tv's of similar type (google "tv repair diagram and scroll through the image search results.)
if it is a CRT then it won't be too bad, as they are pretty universal in the way they're built on the inside, so looking at a couple CRT repair guides should yield a good idea of what to expect, what might be moved around, and what stays constant.
your next option (which i am sure you are aware of) will be to call Sharp and request one from them, and it will most likely come with a price.
is there a specific problem with the TV that prompts you to need to disassemble it? perhaps we could better help with a specific problem. if you're taking it apart for fun, skip the diagram and jump into it. inside any electronic will just be circuit boards mounted to parts of the frame and a tv tube in this case, so you really can't harm anything by gently taking it apart. putting it back together is a matter of fitting the square peg into the square hole, so-to-speak, as the boards won't fit properly on any side other than that which they were removed from. cables are the same way.
hope this helps a little.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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