Question about Sanyo AVM-1306 TV
Plastic power button that pushes against the actual button on the circuit card is broken. It's part of a 5-button plastic piece just inside the chassis. Would be an easy fix if I can find a replacement. (Super glue on the razor thin plastic extension just doesn't cut it. I currently use a popsickle stick to make it work but I need it to be a little more user friendly for an elderly person. I know I can use a remote but would prefer the button on the TV instead. I'm not smart enough to fabricate a build of some sort that would support the wear & tear of a finger pressing up against it. Where can I find a replacement part? Thanks for any info you can provide!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no nothing
I am sure it can be repair,Checking the fuse was good idea but it seems the problem might be farther ahead,if you have no indication of power(no lights,no clicks)the problem might be in the power supply,there is a 5 volts supply that has to be running because is the power to the microprocessor(brain)and when you push the power button on the remote or the set the brain knows it and send the commands to everyone else to turn on,if you have the 5 volts and the brain is working the problem might be in the horizontal circuit ,possibly a bad horizontal output transistor(shorted)if he is bad it might have taken a fuse or a safety resitor.Some fuses dont look like the average fuse,they look more like resistors.If you are familiar with tv service We can give you all the help you need to find the problem ,if you are not too familiar with servicing electronics you might want to call servicer.Let Us know if you need more information.
Posted on Oct 27, 2006
I personaly would replace the entire unit, the capacitor is a Ceramic "DC Blocking/Couplng" capacitor, possibly a 0.001uF cap... I should think if ya take it to any component supplier/radio repair shop or the like they would be able to give ya a replacement?
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
SOURCE: broken remote, want sleep timer
Only if you can do this in the the menu from the front of the set. Some will let you but others do not include this in the menu . Then a remote will be the only way . You can go to www.replacementremotes.com to see if you can purchase a remote for your set . Good luck
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
SOURCE: coaxial output broken
If the connector end is not damaged and the tuner circuit board is not broken, you can solder this back onto tuner, and solder the end back on the circuit board. You should take the tuner out to do this proceedure. A TV shop usually charges $50.00 to do this.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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