Question about Televison & Video
My TV has been emmitting high frquency noises for many "Months" possible years. It has now started (After about 5 minutes of use) to have the video "flash" and it makes loud "Galloping sounds". I have posted a video on youtube where you can actually see the effects on the video and hear the sounds.
I am thinking that maybe it is the high voltage transformer, but am also concerned it may be the Picture Tube.....
Any ideas as to the Problem, Solution, and possible sosts to repair a problem such as this.
The TV is a Sony Model KV27TS30 purchased in 1989.
Still looks brand new.....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your set isthe LN-1 chassis that problem is definately in the deflection / high voltage circuitry most likely the flyback itself. however this chassis has a history of bad solder cracks around the flyback and horizontal transformer mounting locations. I would check the solder before replacing the flyback. Also notethat if this condition has been ongoing without putting the set into protective shutdown you will also be looking at possibly having some weak regulator transistors and leaky diodes on the power supply module. Let me know if you need further info or a service manual for this set.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
SOURCE: Samsung hl-s5087w noise problem
a growling sound can mean a defective light engine as there have been issues described a s a growl or groan sound when a light engine is defective
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
This looks like a basic Kenmore / Whirlpool top load, direct drive, neutral drain washer.
Assuming that it won't agitate at all, but will pump, here are a couple of things to consider.
1. There is a motor coupling between the motor and transmission that is used as a fail safe. It has plastic pieces with three prongs on the transmission and motor shafts with a rubber coupling between them. If the rubber piece is broken or damaged, the transmission cannot turn the agitators or tub for spin mode. The pump is directly driven off the motor when is in reverse mode.
See the following Whirlpool document on installation and maintenance with a good troubleshooting guide.
Also see the Sears parts site :
Enter your model number and a list of sub-components will come up. Check the section on motor and pump and you'll see the coupler.
2. Beyond the coupler (an easy fix) it could be the agitate cams and gears in the transmission.
If the washer spins I'd look at those or the Neutral Drain assembly in the transmission.
As for the pin, It is one of three shipping pins designed to break off and fall into a plastic cup under the tub when the washer is installed. I'd look under the tub and see if the pin is missing from one of the cups. If it is, it's nothing to be concerned about.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Could be your bearing are going bad on your indoor fan but you only hear the sound when you turn it. Could also be something hanging behind it and it only hits the fan when you turn it on high and it pulls it into the fan blades.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
SOURCE: The engine sounds very loud
The flex pipe is located towards the rear of the engine, under the vehicle. It will be very obvious, you mentioned it was loud as if missing the muffler and coming from the rear of the engine. That sounds like a flex pipe and/or front pipe problem.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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