Starts up looking good then in 3 minutes, all hell...
I just got this Usd on Ebay, was told it works. After 3 or so minutes it starts getting full of jumping, flashing black lines, blurs out, flickers on and off, colors mess up etc..I tried leaving it on to "warm up", and turning it on and off a few times, It always starts and holds a great picture, then.....probably broken and a pain to send back, but Ive never had one so maybe theres a solution. Thanks anyone!
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Re: Starts up looking good then in 3 minutes, all hell...
Go to the ViewSonic site and read through their knowledge base on your monitor.
Then once you familiarize yourself with electronics safety by reading through a basics manual once or five times, and once you've got it, open up the monitor cold and/or hot, and find out where they spilled Coca-cola down the back or whatever might be suggested by the ViewSonic knowledge base. Lather, rinse, repeat; when the monitor acts right, then stop.
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1999 Olympic Jackaroo V6 3.5L. This vehicle has now travelled some 366,000 kms. Ok so it is now 14 years old and few bits are wearing out. First the EGR and now MAF sensor and the MAP Sensor (?) - replaced both as a P0101 code is a little non specific. Now these parts are amazingly expensive locally - quote from Holden for the MAF was $350 and other sources anything from $150 up 2nd hand. The MAP was more reasonable at around $100+. Do yourself a favour and check out sourcing parts from the USA. The Jackaroo was sold in the USA under various brands including Isuzu Trooper. Also get yourself a copy of the workshop manual and Scangauge to help with diagnosing problems and improve your fuel economy by retraining your LEADfoot. A couple of sources in the USA that you may find helpful: http://stores.ebay.com/e-Herko [MAF sensor - MF8302] and http://stores.ebay.com/chandle... [MAP sensor - AS60] Both companies will answer questions and confirm compatibility of parts by email - 24 hour turnaround in my experience. You can use the vehicle compatibility function on their web sites to check whether the part is compatible - Use "1999" "Isuzu" "Trooper" Now the good news and the bad news, the good news is that the parts cost in USD$54 for the MAF and USD$9.95 for the MAP postage was $44.10 and USD$19.99 respectively. The bad news is it will take a week or two for the parts to arrive. If desperate you can pay extra postage for expedited shipping. In any event you will be much better off in your hip pocket. Fitting the parts will take you about 10 minutes to swap over and that will save you at least $120 with current mechanic rates. You will need a large phillips head and straight edge screwdriver for the MAF and a 10mm socket for the MAP - most of us have those! So you can spend around $600 locally or you can spend less than $150 for the parts including postage (and $99 for the Scanguage on off) and fit them yourself. I hope the above is useful for another Jackaroo Owner - they really are an incredibly well built vehicle and if you look after 'Jacky' she will look after you.
It depends on the model, make and pixels etc. It can vary from USD 100.00 to USD 1000.00.
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Called whirlpool and explained the problem. They said I need to replace that upper sensor and so they sent me a part in the mail which cost roughly $25. (usd) not including the overnight shipping which is around another $25 or so. This picture is what I received in the mail. Comes with directions of installment.
Hello, You did not mention the version of the camera..I looked just the body for you.. Anyway,if it is a Nikon FM2/T FM-2 TITAN version it is about 700 USD OR if it is a Nikon FM2/T Dog Edition is is 2500-3000 USD.. Please visit the eBay web site to find more on these cameras. www.ebay.com Regards and good luck..
The solution is almost always to replace the Power
Board (Y-Main) and the Upper and Lower Y Buffers. The parts and costs (from Sanyo in
July 2009) are listed below (NOTE: Sanyo will not ship these parts to anyone but
a repair shop):
1. V4 Y-Main (Y-Sustain) Circuit Board (Part #
LJ92-01200A, Alt Part # LJ41-02759A) - USD $139.00 2. Upper Y-Buffer
Circuit Board (Part # LJ92-01202A, Alt Part # LJ41-02760) - USD $64.00 3.
Lower Y-Buffer Circuit Board (Part # LJ92-01203A, Alt Part # LJ41-02761A) - USD
Sanyo charges USD $10.50 for shipping, which brings the total cost for
parts to USD $277.50. From my research, a shop would probably charge between
USD $500 and $700 to do this repair.
FYI - there is a class action lawsuit pending against Sanyo for this
issue. The V4 Y-Main (Y-Sustain) Circuit Boards fail VERY frequently in this TV
due to overheating. Hope this helps.
Hi my neame is Juan and I have the answer for you what is happening is that the laser get hot and stop reading the disk sometimes at the begining of the movie or game sometimes 10-20 minutes after the movie have started but if you press the PS logo then you can exit the movie or game and back to the main menu and the solution you need is to replace the laser lens you can do this or have someone do it for you sinse you eed some special tools look at the back label of your playstation and see what model you have all models start with a CECH- -01 look for the two letters between the h and 01 and I can tell you wich laser to get ther eis two diferent lasers I do sell lasers too but I don't have them listed on ebay right now I am a thrusted ebay power seller and I do sell parts for the ps3 so this is why I know your problem really good thanks and good luck