Question about Televison & Video
This 13" Signature 2000 TV from Montgomery Ward is very old (10 or 12 years). We put in storage and forgot about it. Found it accidentally, but the power cord is missing. Any help on finding who might carry them? I don't have the serial number with me at the moment. Many thanks. Linda Benton
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: symphonic 13 inch tv vcr combo
1. Make sure that the cable is not plugged into the mains receptacle.
2. Open up the unit
3. Inspect the board. Look out for a glass fuse rated about 3A/220V near one corner of the board. It is close to the mechanical ON/OFF switch on the TV. The cable normally plugs into a socket made up of two vertical pins an inch or less from the fuse. Sometimes these are marked with a squiggle (~) or two (~~) to signify that the mains power goes there.
4. If the cable terminator (end of the cable opposite the mains plug) was cleanly pulled out, then well and good. In that case simply plug it back in. If not (i.e. the cable is damaged, then you may have to remove the terminator and solder the cable directly to the board.
5. To pre-empt any further "pullings", make a knot on the cable inside the TV where the cable comes out so that there is some resistance to the pull.
6. Close the unit and enjoy.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
hi the codes are 1001, 1083 if they do not work there is a code search function here is a link to the instruction>
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
I did some research and read some posted emails between a couple of techs. If your TV was made in the 90's, as was mine, it was made by Sharp. I tried the Sharp codes after hours of frustration and lo and behold, it worked! Try the Sharp codes, it just might work.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
SOURCE: Lawn Mower wont start
You need to obtain a manual for Briggs & Stratten engines. All the info you need will be in it. The most common cause for non starting in these engines is "Tight Tappets" Wether it's an OHV or the old "L" head engine, because they rev and work so hard, the valves seat themselves deeper into their seat which reduces the valve clearance. There is no adjustment on the older "L" engines, so you have to remove metal from either the valve stem, ot the lifter itself. I have in the past done this in situ with a point file, but it is a tedious job. Otherwise you must remove the head and take out the valves and grind the stems. A tricky task and probably should be done by a mechanic.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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