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Re: Wiress mixed up :(
The wires your looking at are for the CCFL
They plug into power board on the same side they are on (the right looking from the front)
You may have a bit of silver paper covering where they connect so you cannot see it.
They feed up from between the screen and through holes that are near where the connectors are.
Be careful when plugging them in though, they only go in one way and forcing them will cause them to break.
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from front of motor cylinder strait back 1234 ,fireing order 1342 this is right side /left side its 1342 numer 1 is first place to put a wire on the left on your coil pack or distribbuter and #1 is the last on the back. mazda-google- groups forum try this it wouldnt let me put down there hope it help guy
When the viewport is completely flipped around so you can see it when you are looking at the lens, it automatically flips it upside down so it is right side up to the viewer. Make sure it is locked into the correct position to prevent this from happening.
An upside down image - this is caused by unintentionalpressing Ctrl-Alt plus the down arrow key.
Restore by pressing Ctrl-Alt plus the up arrow key.
To change the display from portrait to landscape
Press Ctrl-Alt plus a left or right arrow key.
Some computers do not have this function.
The firing order-------- 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
Looking at the engine from the front of car
plug #'s for left side, front to rear,1-3-5-7 #1 plug being the very first one.
plug #'s for right side, front to rear ---- 2-4-6-8.
Somehow, a group dial # has been set. Here is how to delete it: NOTE: Group Dial Numbers are entered using the One-Touch keypad on the left hand side of the WorkCentre. To change a Speed Dial that is within a Group Dial, the Group must be deleted first.
Press the [Menu] button.
On the left hand side of the Control Panel press the One-Touch  button.
The LCD Display will read 'Select One-Touch for Group [01-20]'.
Press the One-Touch key to be used for the Group Dial.
One of two displays will appear:
If the Group Dial number has not been used:
The LCD Display will read 'Group No: ### 1. YES 2. NO'.
Using the Dialing Keypad press  to accept or
Press  to return to step four.
The LCD Display will read 'Enter One-Touch / Speed Dial> ##'.
Continue with step 6.
If the Group Dial number has been used:
The LCD Display will read 'Group ## Used 1: Renew 2: Other'.
Using the Dialing Keypad press  to 'Renew'. This will cancel the Speed Dial or Group Dial entry and the Group Dial will be deleted.
Press  to keep the current entry and select another Group Dial
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
May be the same problem Magnavox is having with their 27MF231d. I found the fix on this site and it took care of the same problem with my set. Not the easiest thing to do, but it worked. If you do not know how to solder, get some help with this one. If you take it to a Magnavox Authorized repair location, they will just replace the bad capacitor with another bad capacitor of the same type and voltage. The problem is they have a 25w capacitor where a 35w capacitor should be. Mine was bulging, with black tar looking stuff coming out of it. It was obviously bad. Follw the instructions below.
1.Remove all screws around perimeter, one screwat the lower right at (Side A/V), and 2 1”round plastic knob s. 2.Remove back cover 3.At lower left side remove 2 screws forOn/Off switchcut tie wrap that holds wire down for free movement. 4.Disconnect wire connector to side A/V at lower right side 5.Disconnect wire connector to right side circuit Board 6.Disconnect wire connector to left side circuit board 7.Remove the 2 mounting brackets upper left and upper right 2 screws each. 8.Remove 3 screws each side of the metal box in the middle 9.Fold back metal tape off bottom and top of metal box 10.1 wire connector at top of box I left connected 11.Flip metal box over towards top of Tv. Be careful of wire at top thats still connected. 12.On left side in box is power supply board 13.Towards bottom of board you should see the numbers C2081 and C2074 14.Remove the six screws holding down power supply board 15.Flip board down towards bottom of Tv. 16.Unsolder capacitors replace with new 1200uf 35v and 2200uf 35v 105°C radial capacitors 17.Capacitors should be around 1/2” to 5/8” dia. X 1.25 long appox. 2 Wires come out of one end should be .030 dia. 18.Reassemble in reverse order and enjoy