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Toshiba e 233 is error code C550 how to clear


Communication error has occurred between the RADF and the scanner.

(1) Check if the harness connecting the RADF board and SLG board is disconnected or open circuited.
(2) Check if the conductor pattern on the RADF board is short circuited or open circuited.
(3) Check if the conductor pattern on the SLG board is short circuited or open circuited.
(4) Replace the RADF board.
(5) Replace the SLG board.

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My black and red wires for my nds speaker circuit boards was severed. Can they still be used or do I need a new circuit board?


If the board (PCB) is not damaged you can re-solder the wires back. If the PCB is damaged you should be able to get new ones by looking up the make and model of the device and look for the specific part.

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How do I remove circuit board assembly


If you need help that how remove circuit board assembly you can find your answer at http://www.dferrantielectronics.co.uk

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Why are circuit boards green?


There is a lot of debate about why circuit boards are green but the reason is because its the color of the insulating varnish that is used to to protect the board from short circuiting and the copper from corroding. It is also an indicator that your circuit board is made out of glass-epoxy whose natural color is green.

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What is a pcb printed circuit board and where are they located on a th-50px80u plasma tv


A PCB Printed circuit board is every single board in your TV. That is what PCB stands for Printed Circuit Board.

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I have a toshiba e studio 3510c that is getting a c580 code. any ideas on how to resolve this issue or what may be causing this to happen?


[C580] Communication error between IPC board and finisher

(1) Check if the specified finisher is attached.
(2) Check if the harness connecting the IPC board and the finisher controller PC board is disconnected
or open circuited.
(3) Check if the conductor pattern on the IPC board is short circuited or open circuited.
(4) Check if the conductor pattern on the finisher controller PC board is short circuited or open circuited.
(5) Replace the IPC board.
(6) Replace the finisher controller PC board.

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When i turn my polaroid pla 4248 on the light goes from red to blue and i get sound but no picture


The problem here is either a combination of what they call the X-sus printed circuit board and the Y-sus printed circuit board or a case of either one or the other, i reccomend that if you have a muti meter and the unit is well out of warranty, open the back of it, and test the voltages, which should be marked on the printed circuit boards where the plugs plug in from , or too , the main printed circuit board.
You will be able to find the Y-sus and the X-sus printed circuit board fairly easily as they should be marled with a part number and description, eg, Y-sus, etc, if not, they are the large printed circuit boards on the left and right side of the main printed circuit board.
If you find the voltages are different to that show on the circuit board by a large amount, chances are that printed circuit board is faulty.
I hope this offers some assistance. Good luck.

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How do I remove the keys from a Roland KR 4700 piano? We can't figure it out. Please help! I can't afford to get a repairman. I need to replace the contact strip. It's happened before.


If these are semi weighted keys here is a cut and paste from a manual:
19. Disassembling the Keyboard Assembly
* After inserting a round stick (Rod: TX000670)
between the frame and the keys, remove the
circuit boards. (Fig. 23)
19-1 GHD EBUS L, MK SUB Circuit Board
(Time required: about 12 minutes)
Remove the seven (7) screws marked [260A]. The
GHD EBUS L and MK SUB circuit boards can then
be removed. (Fig. 24, Photo 5)
19-2 GHD M Circuit Board
(Time required: about 12 minutes)
Remove the five (5) screws marked [260B] and the
screw marked [262]. The GHD M circuit board can
then be removed. (Fig. 24)
19-3 GHD H Circuit Board
(Time required: about 12 minutes)
Remove the four (4) screws marked [260C] and the
screw marked [262]. The GHD H circuit board can
then be removed. (Fig. 24)
* Keys can be removed without removing the
circuit boards.
* After removing the GHD EBUS L, GHD M and
GHD H circuit boards, and the rubber contacts
can then be removed.
19-4 Rubber contact
Remove the GHD circuit board for the involved key.
The rubber contacts can then be removed.

The rod is inserted above the weighted hammer and the bottom of the keys from one end. It appears to be about 1/4 inch diameter dowel and will run the full length of the keyboard. You might use 3 foot ones from each end.

Screws are removed and the boards removed without taking the individual keys out.

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My fredge rm 2652 not working


Between 1993-1996 dometic used a yellow epoxy filled circuit board that went bad pretty quickly if you have the yellow filled circuit board rather than the green one it is most likely the circuit board

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