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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. YOUR flyback is going bad 2. Peform a removal and replacement 3. check your error codes first to ensue nothing else exists 4. Proceed to change out the required parts 5. Observe all electrical risks 6. Order replacements from jimmyparts.com 7. Ensure to always remove power 8. Ensure to always use electrostatic wrist strap
Generally what occurs is the units soldered connections on the main projection board warm up as the system warms up. Thus, the loose capacitors, resisters, and diodes are causing the CHANGE when the system warms up. When metal contracts, it expands thus losing the connection needed for a solid connection. This process is normal after the units have reached their service life. Keep in mind that you can repair this but at the expense of time if you have never performed this type of work.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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