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Completely crashed after approx 18 months. appears to be no power

I have taken the cover off, hoping to find a fuse blown, but that is OK. On the board where the powercable attaches, there is a faint but high pitched ticking sound from what appears to be a coil, surrounded by yellow plastic wrap (Approx 3cm high x3cm x2cm) in the center of the board. The cooling fan (at the oposite side of the unit) is 'twitching' in-time with the ticking. I can deal with basic electronics but beyond that, I am lost. Is there anything I can do or should I contact Thompson (if I can find there number)
Thanks, in advance, for your advice.
Steve

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  • Steve Halst Feb 04, 2009

    Sorry, dont know how PRM-00311 Motherboard got there, But the problem I have refers to a Thompson DT16300 digital TV recorder.

    Steve

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem ticking sound and appears to be no power.

  • ROD GANDY May 11, 2010

    18 seconds, 18 minutes, 18 hours, 18 days,

    18 weeks, or 18 years



    rod

  • ROD GANDY May 11, 2010

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Well you gave me a explanation of the part now how about a photo from the cellphone or anytype of pitchure taken device. if it has stuff all over it it is good reason they dont want anyone to know what it is becuase they would be ran out of bussiness , just buy a new one.

18 months may of been good for that computer equipment or device .

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