Question about Car Audio & Video
LUXMA LUXMA CAR DVD PLAYER ITEM ITEM #LDVD-108TV DOES NOT EVEN POWER UP ALL OF THE SUDDEN. IT MAY HAVE BEEN KICKED OR BUMPED AS IT SITS UNDER THE BACK SEAT. I TRIED TO FIND SCHEMATICS FOR THIS SYSTEM ON THE NET, BUT COULDN'T (MAYBE NOT LOOKING IN THE RIGHT PLACE) SO SOME PLAIN OLD=FASHIONED TROUBLESHOOTING ADVICE WOULD BE APPRECIATED SO THAT I KNOW WHICH DIRECTION TO TOSS IT! IT'S BEEN WATCHED LESS THAN 10 TIMES!!! ALSO, IF BOARD REPAIR SEEMS NECESSARY, IT MAY BE A WASTE OF MONEY TO REPAIR AS THEY ARE BECOMING HARDER TO FIND NOW WITH NEWER MODELS APPEARING EVERY DAY. THE MONITOR WITH THE SYSTEM IS A 10.4" FLIP DOWN LCD #LFM-104X1 TFT LCD AND ALSO USING A Coleman 400 Watt Power Inverter. BOTH THE PLAYER AND MONITOR HAVE REMOTES.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm not surprised the interior lights continue to work. On most monitors, they use a separate power source from the main system power. Since an overhead monitor replaces a vehicle dome light, installers typically use the existing wires for the lighting circuit, and run the monitor's power somewhere else. Usually these systems are designed to use two power inputs: a constant power input and a key-switched power input. There are two places in the vehicle where both these connections can be made easily, and installers usually run their power wiring there: either behind the radio, or under the steering column at the key switch wiring. The add-on wiring typically has its own fuses and fuse holders, which should be located near the connection point. So the first thing to check would be those fuses. If you can drop the driver's side knee panel to inspect the key switch harness, and remove the radio to inspect the wiring at the rear, you will probably find two wires tapped into the stock wiring. There's a good chance the new wires will be red and yellow, and each should have its own fuse holder with a fuse. If either of the fuses is blown, it's the likely cause of your problem.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
SOURCE: BenQ FP51g LCD monitor
There is a Switch transistor to power on -off the hi voltaje for lights. Check 15V from power source go to this transistor colector, Using soldering Iron, make a juntion between colector and emiter, to short 15V to Hi voltaje power. I´m fixing 10 monitor the same trouble. I will remove a liter transistor.
Late I will post here the driver transistor number, and the replace number transistor I will use.
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Posted on Oct 25, 2008
SOURCE: Gateway FPD2185W TFT LCD MONITOR
The backlight or inverter is going out on your screen.
Eventually it will just stay dark. You will need to replace one of the two if plan on keeping monitor.
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Posted on May 06, 2009
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