Question about Sony Televison & Video
I just replaced the lower buffer and i am trying to figure what the two heavy gauge wire that soldered to the upper y- buffer does. the tv works fine without these wires attached. the new replacement board has only two tiny pins that needs a tiny plug or connector to go somewhere assuming its the upper buffer ,where the heavy gauge wire is ? i am assuming this connection balances the load between the two boards ? i know there not feed or ground or data connections. thanks gary.
You have received an updated buffer assembly, This Buffer board is a sony updated for the model Ke-42m2 series of Plasmas. Sony no longer make plasma televisions anymore. But this board will work in your model just as well. the Two gauge wires were used for load inpedance, sort of a resistance between the two, the new Y-Substain for model ke-42m2 does not have these wires but instead uses a new plug for these wires.
You set will work just fine without these wires, I would just Wrap them up and secure them to them with tape to the PDP Panel.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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