1994 model works great except the on/off switch doesn't work. I used to be able to fool the switch by plugging and un-plugging the electrical connection, but no more. The set works great (as I remember), but I just can't get it to turn on anymore!
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Re: on/off switch Toshiba model CX32D60
More likely, the switch itself is ok...I don't recommend
hardwiring...we used to do that sort of thing on much older sets..
Your set positively has bad solder connections in the regulated
power supply circuits...will need careful hand-soldering by a
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hi have you been tried to clean the lazer lens with a cd lens cleaner. if doesn't work you can do with manual cleaning using a fiber cloth moist with alcohol damped gently the laser lens which may be dirty causing not to detect a disc. now if those tries still doesn't work your last option to make an adjustment on the speed settings of the drive motor. at the lower portion of the lens their is a trimmer adjustment, you can used a small flat head screw driver then try to adjust the trimmer just a little bit counter clock wise, make sure the player is unplugged for safety. then try to plugged it and turn on the player, insert now a cd and observed. if the motor doesn't rotating, removed then check if worn out, replaced a new one if needed.this will worked now. hope this will helped thanks for consulting the fixya.
If you just bought the PS3 use your composite cables that came with the system. Turn the PS3 on and go to the video settings, set up video input to HDMI. After you've done that plug your HDMI back into your PS3 and try turning it on. If that works go back to video settings and change the resolution to 1080p. If that doesn't work make sure your T.V. is on the same input that the HDMI cable is plugged in. If it is and still doesn't work try switching to a different HDMI port. If switching to a different HDMI port doesn't work try a new HDMI cable. If the new HDMI cable doesn't work then there is a problem with the port on the PS3 which would require a repair.
try switching to a different video source and play a DVD or a game system. If the issue is still there try unplugging the TV for 5 min. and then plug it back in.If the problem works fine on all other devices except the video source that has the issue try hooking up the same device your having the issue with to a video source you know works if that works then you have a bad video source on the back of the TV, if it does not work it's either the cable going to the TV or the device itself.
there is one more swith to off the machine.the switch which you are using is only for make the machine into energy saver mode.in that mode machine will be warmed up to take the printouts from computer.