Question about Audio Shelf Systems
The display doesn't light up. I have no idea the time or the station that is on. Is it possible to put a new "bulb" in?
The bulb behind the screen is burnt out. I also have that stereo and did some poking around inside. I opened up the display casing and found a bulb which looked like a fuse at first, but was really a bulb. I have done some looking around but have not been able to find a replacement. Anyone who has info on the bulb please give feedback.
Posted on Jul 12, 2013
Its simple dear. the bulb is a 12v pilot bulb and you can modified it by soldering it directly on the circuit board found behind the screen. i have done this several times and it works perfectly. so thumb up, thanks.
Posted on Apr 23, 2013
Sorry but the bulb replacement is not a simple as it used to be....The screens on modern sound systems are made up of small crystals that glow when activated by electrical current of very small strength..
These are called LCD Liquid Crystal Displays, or could be very small chips like Light Emitting diodes arranged in an alphabet configuration. I dont know which one your particular amplifyer system has,,,
These dispalys are controlled by a fast scanning oscillator which up dates the screen dispay so fast that the screen display shows the information you need to see.
In fact the screen information is going on and off so fast you dont even know its happening .
Anyway to keep this story short the screen display in your case
appears to have stopped scanning..Its a major repair job...
needs to go to a reapair shop for a cost quote to fix for you.
Cheers From YUBEUT
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
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