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Building a 55PFL4706 Essentially from Scratch

OUCH!!! Cut your loses & say goodbye to that money.
You will need all the circuit boards for this, plus all the internal connecting cables, remote & buttons (if you can locate all those parts), then you'll probably find the panel doesn't work anyway.

It's like building a car from spare parts...The sum total of the individual parts will cost considerably more than purchasing the whole unit to start with.

Apr 16, 2014 | Philips 55pfl4706/f7 TV


Model Scratch Building

You may not have heard of it but scratch
building is a hugely popular hobby that fans take very seriously.

Scratch building involves building a
scale model but from scratch ie not using a commercial kit or a pre-assembled

What are the rules of scratch building?

There are no official rules to scratch
building. Some people believe that you can only call it scratch building if you
use completely raw materials and don’t have any plans or measurements to work
from. But others are not such purists and are willing to use even commercially
built parts in order to build their models.

What kind of materials are used for
scratch models?

Anything can be used to build scale
models from scratch, such as; wood, plastic, clay, paper or metal.

How do I get good at scratch building?

Most scratch builders start by
practicing on ready made building kits for scale models. Some of these are very
detailed and despite having all the parts, still require a lot of technical

Once you are good at commercial kits,
you can move on to building from scratch.

How do I scratch build?

You need some kind of plan; either a
prototype to follow or a design of your own that can be transferred into a
pattern so that you can start to cut out the parts and pieces you need for your
project. At the end of the actual building, you then need to ‘finish’ the
piece. This involves trimming, polishing, painting, weathering etc. This is the
part of the process that will take your technical piece to the level of
realistic model.

Good luck and have fun.

on Dec 25, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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What is a scratching pole for a cat?

Cat'sneed to scratch. It's an essential part of their being! They scratch to sharpentheir claws and clean themselves. You can build your own if you like. Look atthis guide for a step by step guide

Jul 23, 2012 | Cats

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My compressor won't build pressure over 90lbs

Small leak will prevent the unit from building proper pressure. Check all connections with soapy water and repair as needed (including under cover). If no leaks are found check cylinder for scratches. Push piston to top of stroke and check walls for fine scratches. If scratched, pressure is leaking past vinyl piston ring. If no scratches or leaks, most likely reed valves, head gasket or combination of both. Easy test, with compressor running and attained 90 lbs, place finger over air intake and check for good suction (carefull could be hot) . If good suction, then air is leaking somewhere, of no suction suspect reed valves/worn cylinder, if air seems to be blowing out of intake, suspect reeds /gaskets. Good holidays

Dec 13, 2010 | Stanley FactoryReconditioned Bostitch...

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When scanning, there are streaks down the sheets scanned. After checking, I see several significant scratches on a small clear plastic window, that I assume is where the scanning is done. Where can I get a...

you may want to get somthing like b12 chemtool and clean the glass. this glass will get a build up that resemble scatches on them. try scrapping the scratches with a fingerrnail to see if its build up or real scratches you might be surprised. paper does not scratch glass

Dec 03, 2009 | Lexmark X7170 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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I need the wiring diagram for a P4VWW motherboard.

hi mate you should be able to build your as any other p4 board not that hard 99.9 % of connectors only fit in 1 thing and one way only cables which maybe hard are hdd light power button and reset button as there are normal a set of pins down the bottom and have words written next to them like hdd for hard drive light pw for power switch and so on but all you need to get it running is all main cables just p-lug all in the like 24 pin power your hdd cable might be flat and wide or 12 mm wide red or yellow hook up turn on but if this is no help just google it and if you go onto you tube you will find videos on how to build pc from scratch

Oct 17, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My moniter card is in the mother board and is fried

It is worth plugging in the new card, firing up the machine and then seeing if XP or Vista allows you to run in VGA mode until you can get on a screen to install the correct drivers.

Thats what happens when you build a machine from scratch

Oct 05, 2009 | Nvidia GeForce 7200 Graphic Card

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I have just purchased all new parts for my computer ( im building from scratch) i haev got everything connected i got to swithc it on and all that happens is a bunch of small L.E.D's flicker once...

Did you double check ALL of the connections for power on the board? Check and see if your memory is one of the approved modules from the website for gigabyte. Sometimes an unapproved ram will cause a board not to boot. Also check and see if you have seated the cpu correctly.

Jul 11, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3L Motherboard

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Problems on PCCHIPS M701G Motherboard

connect your three pin socket in your power plug

Jan 12, 2009 | PC Chips M701G V1.1 Motherboard

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