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Re: Set wont turn on
I see that your TV's high voltage flyback is leaking out.
or the flyback cap to the CRT aka picturetube is dirty, or it has a open insulation.
(Warning: Flybacks are extremely dangerous, it has a high voltage that kills. becareful.)
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When you try to start the bike, does anything happen? Noises? Clicks? Or is it silent and nothing happens? If you hear a click or it try's to start but doesn't turn over. If nothing at all happens when you hit the start switch then you most likely have an electrical issue, versus if you hear the starter click or try to start to bike, then that would mean a mechanical issue.
since you didn't mention what kind of tablet, then I can't tell exactrly how to reset it.... some tablets have little pinhole reset.... so use for example opened paperclip to reset it.... reset button is pushed well, when you can feel or hear little click....
make sure, tablet is charged.....
You give us littel to go on here. Can you describe what happens (if anything) when you attempt to turn on the set? Is there a click? Is there a standby light on the set before you try turning it on? Is there sound or nothing at all?
While possible, dead sets are not usually caused by a blown fuse. If the fuse is blown, then the power supply will need work. If not blown, the power supply may still be the problem. Please update this with any other symptoms and we'll try to assist further.
Make sure it has power. Then:Check the door switch.
A little lever sticking down through top right of door opening. If it is
not there you will need new door switch(sometimes the little lever
breaks off). If it is there and does not click when you press it in you
need a new door switch. if it clicks when you close the door
then you have a bad thermal fuse.The thermal fuse is found by taking
the back of the dryer off. The fuse is an oblong white plastic piece
with 2 wires attached.
Door switch part number 3406109 Thermal fuse part number 3392519
Your description indicates that the power supply has failed; the noise you are hearing is probably caused by a relay that is interrupting the AC supply to avoid damaging the supply any further or causing a fire.
Disconnect your set from the wall and allow several hours (overnight is better) so that dangerous voltages have a chance to discharge.
You will have to gain access to the lower section of your system to look for a separate board with larger components on it, some cylindrical (capacitors), some block-like (chokes and transformers).
If you can locate this board, it should be user replaceable.
The next step would be to look for unique markings on that board looking like an assembly number.
With that in hand and the model number of your set, look for the RCA service center in your area and call them to determine whether they have a repair or replacement assembly.
If only a replacement is available, keep the failed unit for possible repair in the future when the new one fails since mfrs. will not have entire assemblies available in a few years.
Hello, I just had the same problem... It has to do with the connectors from the power harness. Found this on the internet and it did the trick for me... Goodluck! It seems like it's only a matter of time before the digi002 (rack and non-rack) have this problem. You'll go to turn it on and the mute light turns on and nothing else. You don't hear the 3 clicks that you usually hear when turning it on. Your computer doesn't recognize it. Then you start swearing and promising to quit recording forever. After all that happens, you have 2 options:
1. call digidesign. they've been replacing the power harness (source of problem) for just about everyone, even if you're out of warranty and it's free (including the tech support over the phone). don't pay them anything. maybe shipping.
2. most people seem to have the same problem after a while after getting their new power harness. lots of people are saying it's not even the harness - just the connectors. so last night i had this problem and i opened up the top of the box and unplugged and plugged back in the little rubber-covered wires going from the power cord to the rest of the 002. turned it on. works fine. i may try to use some of that connector-cleaner from GC if it happens again.
so if you find this happening, don't panic. try the above. takes 5-10 minutes (only because of all of the screws)
OK, it looks like a power supply problem. The click you are hearing might be the shutdown relay connected to the overcurrent circuit. This might be indicating a problem in the Hv section of the TV. To get the tape out you can restore the power supply or what you could do is to try to access the drive motor and find the load and unload gear and try to turn it to take the tape out, this has worked in the past at my shop.
If you have no experience in electronics I would suggest you not trying to repair this set because of the danger involved. Take it to a qualified repair shop.