OK, the volt reg showed up yest finally. I installed it, now the fuse does not blow when plugged in. I don't get any reaction from the tv when plugging in or when pressing the on button. It seems it does pull a load when you do plug it in for a brief moment. The tansformer near the regulator is a
bck 3532 36-TRF198 AX1. The transformer next to where the power cord is
36-LIF010-XX0. I have no diagrams to show what the voltage output should be to test. Any ideas?
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I could not find anything schematic for your TV.
I would suggest to check the horizontal transistor, if the transistor is OK; check the voltage at the collector. NOTE: be very careful when measuring this voltage, you should get about 130 VDC.
If that voltage is present, you might have a defective flyback transformer.
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If it is like the mini vans you will find a small board with two plugs behing the glove box. This is the speed control for the blower motor. Remove the plug with 2 wires. This is the plug going to the blower motor. With the AC turned on measure the voltage at the 2 terminals of the board. The terminals you just removed the plug from. It should read about 12 volts. If it reads 12 volts then the blower motor is bad. There is a fuse and a relay for the blower ckt in the fuse box. Your owners manual will show you where. But if you have 12 volts at the terminals I just mention then they are ok.
These DVD players are garbage. I bought one for my daughter and we've had nothing but problems with it. We finally hooked up another DVD player for her because I got tired of trying to make the dumb thing work. I haven't heard of anyone that's been happy with one of these players. Disney should refund everyone who has bought one of these there money back!
yes you do and this is not reall advisable as there is high voltage components inside.thre is normally a fault with the machine if it blows a fuse.if you want to still try then make sure yoiu unplug it and short the plug on some metal to get rid of any stored charge.the main things to blow a fuse is the door switches sticking,the bulb blowing or a fault with the high voltage system which you would need a special multimeter to yest,hope this helps
first u will check the signal cable then check crt base [ if lot is arcking ok] replace crt base check filament volt,g2 volt,g1 vot .....etc,then u r chek 5v reg ic in supply out on smps,eprom chip and check H OUT transistor base voltage u r problem not solved about this information pls ask again to me may i help u.......
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.
Ok I know I just made a comment but guess what... heres the solution!!!!!!! I was sooo mad that I went and started playing with the cables and got it working. You have to plug in white to white, yellow to green and red to blue on the back of the DVD player and match up the colors on the back of the tv. And it plays in color!! Hope this works for you too!