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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TV shuts down
Remove the lamp assembly, There will be a screen on the top and bottom of the assy remove all dust from these screens. also check the tube at the top of of the lamp receptical this is an air cooling pathway. reassemble and fire it up. This worked for me and saved some serious coin judging from some of the other solutions I have seen (lamp and balast) ouch!!!
Posted on Jul 06, 2007
the vcr is on threshold of belt life. try replacing (or cleaning with alcohol) the take-up reel belt. The vcr has a built-in time-out feature to protect the video tape. if it takes too long for things to happen, shut-down occurs.
Posted on Aug 30, 2007
Replace the following capacitors:
3 pcs. - 220 microFarad - 25v
2 pcs. - 1000 microFarad - 25v
1 pc. - 2200 microFarad - 25v
Resolder the 2 inverter transformer's legs.
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Posted on Aug 10, 2009
SOURCE: set keeps shutting down
It could be that the amp's overload protection circuit is being triggered by a
feedback loop or other problem, such as a shorted or bad cable
connection. Turn off the power and unplug the receiver. Look for
problems, starting with shorted speaker wires or cables. Then make sure
the receiver's not still hot (wait 5-10 minutes to let it cool), and
remove obstructions or anything blocking the top vents. Plug it back
in and power up again. Immediately change the Source selector to
something unconnected, and turn the Volume DOWN just in case there's a
feedback loop (hum/squeal/noise that can overload things and cause the
protection circuit to trip again). If you can see the display, go to a
low level (around -50dB should be fine) before the delayed speaker amp
output clicks on. Then carefully switch back to the problem source --
if that's the problem, switch off again immediately and re-check all of
the cable connections at both ends, the receiver and the source
Make sure you don't have a feedback loop due to a recording device feeding back a signal. All VCRs and CD/DVD-recorders should be hooked up to the VCR, DVR or TAPE/CD-R "IN/OUT" jacks with IN being connected to the cables marked OUT on the deck and vice versa. (That confuses even us experienced guys sometimes!)
Also, no MONITOR video or audio outputs should be connected to the recording decks, nor should the TV outputs be fed back to the recorders. The same goes for the digital IN/OUT jacks for CD recorders; use only the same number IN as OUT for each component (For example, Optical IN/OUT #4 and #5 are the two digital IN/OUT pairs on the Denon AVR-380X series.)
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
CK Lamp and Lamp Fan, Mats has Lamps for $99.00
other companys want 273.00 1-800-628-1118
Encompass Parts Distribution has Free service Manual for this Model, you can print out online.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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