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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I am have Samsung Digimax S600
Well all the time these item [didgi cams and small electronics of all sort do seem to have a high fail rate. But as I said less than a year - take it back
Posted on May 25, 2007
SOURCE: JVC HD-52G786 shuts off
Do you have your TV plugged directly into the wall? You cannot plug into a power strip, it needs its own direct power source. Also, I have heard that there can be electrical problems inside. I have this same model, I love it, picture and sound. I just replaced the bulb for the first time last night. It was a little premature to replace it now but I know what caused it. I bought a new bulb and it works like a gem. If you ever need to change the bulb do it yourself. It takes maybe 2 minutes. The bulb looks like the Flux Copassitor and all you do is remove the door in the back on the side. Unscrew the the 2 screws that hold the bulb in and just pull out. When you put the new one in make sure you do NOT touch the glass on the new lamp. Just slid it in and screw the 2 screws back in and make sure the door is closed and tight. My uncle had a service guy do his and he got raked for 5-$600, The bulb costs about $200. Should last about 5-6 years at a rate of 5-6 hours of TV on time. Hope this helped. If not, sorry, but at least you know how to change the bulb. Good Luck!!!
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
I had 3 beeps, pause, 3beeps, pause and so on.
Defective SMD transistor near the ATX power connector. Original is a 2SB1202 (marking B1202).
I bought a 2SB1203 which is stronger and soldered it in. The K7S41GX board runs as fresh as from the dealer.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
The four beeps usually indicate a memory problem and it won't pass it's Power On Self Test. Try reseating the memory sticks, or, if you have two of them, take one out and try to start the machine and then swap them.
If this doesn't solve the problem, you most likely have a bad motherboard.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Your Power Supply has gone bad mate... known problem. You need to swap out the old power supply with a new one or maybe a working one (if you have another system)... the procedure is fairly clearly documented on the Dell Site n no Tags needed for that... :-)
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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