Thanks for the info on my previous post. I have noticed now that the fan for my new power supply is located on top, not the back like the old unit. The top panel is solid with no holes for a fan, it is a Powmax 400W with clear side tower. Do you know of a good solution? I don't want to leave the top open like it is now ( i have no kids here to worry about)
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You very well could have problem with the Ballast board that powers Lamp or your Lamp Fan maybe defective and if you need orinagnal hand unit for set Call Encompass Parts Distrubtion or Go to their website type in Model number they will list Parts /Prices for your model.
1-800-638-3328 Mats Electronics also sells handunits .To reset timer
Hold VOL- on front of TV and Menu on hand unit at same time for 5secs
if this does not work try it in reverse Hold Menu down on TV and Vol- on hand unit. Check your Lamp Fan see if it quits running while turning set on,if it starts and stops it is defective, other wise Follow wires that Lamp plugs into it will connect to Ballast board that powers Lamp CK it Problem M/B Ballast Board.
Unplug unit. Find name plate info on back of fan. It may be a 6 watt stamped CW. The rotation on small watt motors is based on looking at it from the "lead" end or rear of motor. You will have to cut the cord, WHEN UNIT IS UNPLUGGED. A new fan motor can be connected to the old cord with wire nuts. Install old blade on new fan motor.
Thanks for asking ...simply check the power supply fan....remove the Power supply(SMPS) from your system 1st....then remove the fan in it....try to rotate it by hands.....if it is not rotating smothly then it needs lubrication & your power supply unit needs cleaning.....if it is working fine then check the fan power section in Power supply... regards
I had the same problem with the same Model TV. after doing some research i found that i had 2 bad 3300uf capacitors. I made a video of the repair and posted it to youtube. the TV works great now! Check out my video! i hope this helps.
open the case. pull the 20/24 pin power plug and optional 4-pin power plug out of the botherboard. Remove power plugs from fans, hard drives, cd drives, etc.
unscrew the four screws anchoring the power supply to the case. Slide out the power supply. Put a new one in it's place, the screw holes will line up. Then reconnect the power cables just like they were when you removed the old one and boot 'er up.
All you have to do is make sure the wattage rating of the power supply is higher or equal to the old one. Your old one is only 250 watts. You will have to search VERY hard to find one that low, so don't worry.
E-machines doesn't make particularely powerful desktops so you won't have compatibility problems. Almost EVERY atx psu on the market will work.
earth5worker was on point. If there seems like there is absolutely no power going into your projector, take off the six screws (will need a very thin long screw driver), and pull off the silver cover (use a flat screw driver to pry open the side that has the clip which is holding the cover together. Press in a small red button in which is located by the lens. Put the cover back in, six screws, plug power and catch the Wildcard football games baby!! Wow I feel so good right now. Thanks for passing this info guys. P.S. Do not remove or unscrew the lamp compartment as I did, just a waste of time.
can you post a little more info, as the case you fitted the motherboard to, does it have a new power supply, as it could be the power supply unit, if it came with a psu then check the cmaos battery and as long as you know you have connected the front panel connectors correctly, if theres no sign of the drives flashing it may well be the processor, but more info please
Hi, "No fan, no hard drive, no noise" means the motherboard is not getting any power which is kinda out of sync because you are getting a power on light indicator. To confirm if your power supply is ok, check if the fan inside the power supply is working. you can look at the back of the casing, if it is turning then psu is ok. Try to reseat the power connector from the psu to the motherboard, some of the pins may not be in perfect contact but others are that's why the led lights up, but the mb is still dead. Please let me know how it works out for you. Regards.
spoke to a friend at an authorized servicer and he said he has never heard of that code but from what yourm describing its eather the outputs the speakers or the power supply Oh and a sevice manual is availiable at the partstore.com or from the panasonic web site as I've been there. good luck