Question about Pioneer DV-09 DVD Player
Have service manual and checked all power supplies. When unit is plugged in the standby light comes on. When you push power, the light goes off but the "power on signal" is sent to the IC\'s and the clocks start up on all of the IC\'s. The reset signals seem to be all there too. But no lighs and no functions. Any suggestions?
Enter setup from the front panel or remote. Go to auto tune and select it. from here your tv will select the channels available on your cable line or from off the air. Wala your tv is tuned.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
It certainly looks like it should work according to the manuals. There are firmware updates available for this unit. Or you may have to take the unit to a pioneer agent to have it sorted.
The tuner may be faulty also. The agents would be able to check this for you. You could try to get to the source direct
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
This problem sounds like you may not be getting fuel. This tractor may have a fuel shut of solenoid in the carb float bowl. if this is the case... after then engine warms up and the solenoid gets hot it may have a open in the coil and will not open the needle valve in the carb until it cools off. Easy way to check this is when it does not start for you turn the ign key on to run and then back off you should here a clicking sound if the solenoid is working. If you dont hear a clicking sound the solenoid is probably bad... you can prove this by waiting for it to cool off and trying the same thing if you hear the solenoid valve actuating then the solenoid is bad
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
SOURCE: My Warfdale 19" LCD TV
Problem will be either bad capacitors that are vented or puffed up on Top or you need to replace the main board the one you connect cable to Encompass Parts Distrbution might have it on stock
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
Usually when replacing capacitors in a switchmode power supply, it is recommended that ALL the caps be changed in one go, rather than just replacing a couple (it is possible that the PSU is not fully functional since you only changed a couple of caps, therefore putting stress on other components such as diodes etc. hence why it won't stay on for longer than 5 seconds).
I suggest that you go with the easiest (and cheapest) option first - replace ALL the electrolytic capacitors in the PSU, this may totally solve your power standby problem - and the unit should remain on and function properly.
I also suggest replacing the 3 caps you already changed (C17 C19 C23) with fresh ones along with every electrolytic in the PSU - see if the unit remains on after that. If the unit still goes back to standby or shuts off, then check all of the other components (including any IC regulators and diodes). in the same circuit.
Where some electrolytics have strange values, replace with increased capacitance value and/or working voltage of each as required (note the value/voltage etc., of each of the original caps before you change them).
The good news here is if you do the above suggestion, and it works out well, all it will cost you is a bunch of capacitors and/or other parts as needed. No workshop charges if you do the repair yourself.
Fingers crossed that all you need is the abovementioned caps; but you need more than 3 to complete the job.
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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