Question about Disney DTD1363-CAR 13" TV/DVD

1 Answer

THANKS Just learning this as a hobby and trying not to get zapped. Have been looking for a diagram online for this TV to help out but haven't found one.. It does match up to a Reg #. By the diagram you sent of the regulator, it looks like I can ohm it out like a trans to ck. It has continuity between all pins with no diode type action and the case on it is cracked. After removal of the reg, I replaced the fuse and plugged it back in and the fuse didn't blow so I fig it has to be it.

Posted by on

  • jeff526 Mar 17, 2008

    Yep, nearby the power supply. I am awaiting the part to show up. Are diagrams avail online or must they be purchased?



1 Answer

  • Level 3:

    An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points


    An expert that got 20 achievements.


    An expert that got 10 achievements.


    An expert that got 5 achievements.

  • Master
  • 2,336 Answers

I will say that this part is shorted if it measures continuity on all the leads regardless on how you tested.
Was this mosfet nearby the power supply circuitry?
You can also check the horizontal output transistor that is mounted on a heatsink near the flyback transformer.

Posted on Mar 12, 2008


1 Suggested Answer

  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi there,
Save hours of searching online or wasting money on unnecessary repairs by talking to a 6YA Expert who can help you resolve this issue over the phone in a minute or two.

Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.

Here's a link to this great service

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017


Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%


Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add



Related Questions:

1 Answer

I am a novice and know nothing. I would like a manual to follow for everything

Hmm.. this is going to be a process that can take some time.

At one point, everyone was a novice, so we can all appreciate where you're at. Your first step is going to be reading. Lots of reading. One of the first things you'll need to learn is the mechanics of your notebook / laptop PC. You can view the manual for it, here. All of this reading is going to generate questions. Lots of questions. The best places for answers will be in forums or sites that are dedicated to people that have a common bond - in your case, Lenovo notebooks. A forum for Lenovo PCs can be found here. There are other sites dealing with Lenovo PCs, too. A list of those can be found here. Due to the large number of people on these sites, you will be able to get the fastest and probably some of the most reliable feedback and answers on those types of sites.

Once you begin to understand the PC, the next hurdle will be learning the OS or "Operating System". Most likely, you've got some version of Windows on installed, but you may have a flavor of Linux or something else completely on it instead. You should google the OS and help, tips or manual for examples. Then, look for OS forums in google like this. Here again, asking questions in forums where the users all share a common bond (your particular OS in this case) will give your question the greatest exposure for a speedy reply.

You will find an incredible number of books written to help people understand their OS in libraries, online and book stores. You will find books on common, mainstream PCs too - and your IBM T61 is probably not an exception unless it is an older PC (I haven't followed the Thinkpad line), but online will be your best bet for anything that is no longer current.

This answer is pretty short for the amount of work that lies ahead of you - but if you stick with it - you'll learn a great deal and might even have some fun while you're at it. Good luck! Please rate my reply - thanks.

Apr 27, 2011 | Lenovo ThinkPad T61 Notebook

7 Answers

What is your hobby


My hobbies are listening to music, watching TV, computers and helping others with technical problems... I also like to cook! :)


Feb 05, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

2 Answers

I have broken the antenna on my spectrum dx6i. do you know where I can buy a replacement. Thanks, John

I found this link- it's from a guy who bought and replaced his own from Horizon Hobby / Spektrum. I did the same thing- I'm trying his way to fix it.

Feb 10, 2010 | Spektrum Toys

1 Answer

No universal remote works with my rca tv model l40fhd41

I helped a friend choose this TV at WalMart. Since I know of the remote issues with Directv, etc., I recommended that he get the Philips 6 in 1 Learning remote for $20. The learning part is the key. I believe it is so new that all stores may not have it yet. It is not on the web site. I have used the Philips learning remotes with 100% success. Give it a try, you can always return the remote (but I believe it will work).

Jul 27, 2009 | Televison & Video

1 Answer

Pfaff hobby 1132

Many users also had such knocking sound and loops problem. I suggest you to order the following product:
Sewing Machine Repair Guide
It's a professional repair guide written by an expert. Besides PfaFF sewing machine, you can learn how to repair other brands of sewing machine as well. The author claims that you can earn money after you had learned the repair skills!
Good luck.

Sep 09, 2008 | PfaFF Hobby 4260

1 Answer

Plug in tv and doesnt work

If you have no Tv repair experience, how do you know what part this is?, as I dont have a clue as you didnt supply a schematic or a picture of what the part was. We techs have a trade we learned not by doing but by going to school to learn the theroy behind the circuits. If you know how to read a schematic diagram, i suggest that you get one and know what part it is that you think you found burnt out. If you go to, download a service manual or schematic diagram, i will assist you in this repair as long as you have the proper equipment such as a mutimeter and know how to trouble shoot solid state electronics. Its not a tube you can take out and test or a board that can be exchanged anymore my freind. Its down to the componet level these days.

Sep 23, 2006 | Mitsubishi VS-50605 50" Rear Projection...

1 Answer

Looking for tips with EI-2000

The basic recommendation is that beginners start with simple equipment and film and learn the basics before moving on in this hobby. This allows you to learn the important basics of telescopes and stronomical imaging and to discover your own likes and dislikes about this part of astronomy before you find yourself immersed in a lot of expensive and technologically advanced equipment. There are plenty of basic problems to learn about and to overcome in this field without finding oneself mired in the world of advanced gadgetry. We find that many amateurs who DIVE IN to the hobby become so overwhelmed by the problems of a vast sea of expensive and finicky equipment that they end up being totally discouraged by equipment related problems and never get to enjoy the real fun of astronomical imaging. By starting off with a simple set of equipment (we do not mean cheap and inadequate!) and an inexpensive 35mm camera (and a good book!) you can learn about the basics of the hobby and the sky while reaping the rewards of some very respectable photographs and while avoiding outrageous cash outlays. While you learn about things like flexure and polar alignment and guestimating exposures you can knock off some really nice images and do all this without spending a bucket-load of cash. While all the ads in magazines promise absolutely fantastic products to solve virtually any and all needs of the amateur there seems to be quite a gulf between advertising and reality. Even the astronomy oriented magazines do the amateur community a disservice by pushing the hype and the OOOO WOW features while refusing to conduct or publish honest product reviews that would be of great value to amateurs. Once you have a good background of hands-on experience at the telescope and look at and try out various gadgets that others have bought you can much better sort through all the advertising hype and decide which gadgets really offer you an advantage and (hopefully) avoid most of those that simple gobble up your hard earned cash. If you buy a polar alignment scope system knowing that it will help you to shorten the amount of time it takes to achieve accurate polar alignment you are far less likely to be disheartened than if you bought one believing that ads claiming that such a scope can provide perfect polar alignment in only minutes. Even if you are completely mesmerized by the claims of CCD imaging enthusiasts and advertisements, we very *strongly* recommend that you begin on the silver halide road (film) and learn the basics of astro-imaging with a simple and inexpensive camera. You can learn how to use your mounting, learn about the effects of seeing and focus and learn how to guide using film and save thousands of dollars. You can do all this without getting into the nitty gritty details of film by sticking with color films and commercial processing labs. You can even begin to learn the basics of digital imaging and digital image processing ( assuming you or your family own a reasonable computer) by having your good film images scanned and converted into digital forms that you can tweak and manipulate using an image processing package on your home computer. At the same time, you can read and talk to others about the real realities of CCD imaging, you can learn to separate the hype from reality, learn its strong and weak points, learn all the basics of CCDs from reading and by the time you are well acquainted with the basics of astro-imaging you will be far better informed about CCDs and can hopefully make a much more well informed decision when you set out to buy such a system. Here is a comparison of a CCD and a photographic image, note the relative exposure times! If all the ads and the hype have presented you with a picture which makes you think that by using all the latest gadgetry that you can just walk out and hook up a nice, new, shiny, expensive, high-tech imaging system out in the backyard and that all this fancy high-tech gear will then obey your voice commands slew over to the object that you want to image andautomatically take a really great image without you ever having to touch anything or learn the ins-and-outs of the equipment or the hobby then you can consider yourself a victim of advertising propaganda. You NEED to learn about astronomy and the astro-imaging aspects of the hobby as well as your equipment. While you learn you can get some really great images and do all this without sinking a small fortune into lots and lots of equipment and gadgets that you may or may not need to support the heavily hyped CCD imaging aspects of this hobby.

Sep 08, 2005 | Pentax EI-2000 Digital Camera

Not finding what you are looking for?
Disney DTD1363-CAR 13" TV/DVD Logo

Related Topics:

56 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Disney Televison & Video Experts

The Knight
The Knight

Level 3 Expert

75871 Answers

Jaime Hernandez

Level 3 Expert

2336 Answers


Level 3 Expert

509 Answers

Are you a Disney Televison and Video Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides