I took the cover off the TV, and can see that under the motherboard/circuit board that there are a couple of screws loose. Looks like they likely hold the LCD in place, which would explain the problem. Unfortunately, I can only seem to get one end of the motherboard disconnected, so I can't get in there with a screwdriver. any suggestions. It seems to be hung up on the end where the CD drawer opens.
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Often, the mounting designs of these units calls for the screws to be positioned closer to the board edge with two or more at the middle/center. Likewise if the board also holds switches, expect screws to be within the same general area. It may be to your advantage to remove as much as the hardware as logically appropriate (such as CD assembly) to have a better view. Additionally, may I suggest you group the screws as often they are not of equal lengths.
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It'll very likely be either the touchpad or the main machine control board (motherboard ). Take off the console (3 screws on the back side of the console ) and remove the back side of the touchpad cover. It's white and is held on by 3 phillips screws . Look for visual damages to the touchpad (the circuit board you just took the cover off of). If you see any, definitely the touchpad. If you see NO burnt spots or corrosion on the touchpad, then you should replace the motherboard.
If it was outside, was it under cover? If it was not, then the console circuitry are corroded and not fully up to themselves. If it was under cover, same thing can happen. temperature and humidity, moisture and cold can also impair the performance of the unit. It may be a difficult problem to trace unless you can open the console and see for yourself the state of the printed circuit board/s. If it looks like silvery powder around the IC's (integrated circuits) pins, then tht's some air and moisture damage. If you live by the sea, same thing will happen on appliances left outside. And to find the cable chewed, looks like it's been outside for a long time and may definitely have rust on the circuit board, in other words - moisture damaged. If there is no silver rust (powdered ash-type rust) and the printed circuit board looks clean, then try and locate the treadmill manufacturer or its supplier websites and email them the problem you're having.
The problem is your convergence circuit board gone bad. This is commonly caused by shorted/open IC on that board. First try to spot if there is a bad solder joints and resolder it. If nothing replaced the convergence IC. Also check the resistors around.
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I have the same TV and had the same problem. Here is the solution to fix it. On the back of the TV in the middle remove the one screw that is holding the black cover on. Remove the cover, it should slide down. Under that cover is a metal cover with I believe has 3 screws. Take these out and remove this cover. There are 2 circuit boards under this cover. The one with the bad capacitors is the top circuit board. Remove the 6 screws that hold this board in place and unplug the 3 or 4 connections so the board will come out. Be careful and remember how it goes back together. Take pictures if not sure. The capacitors are located at EC17 & EC18 on the board. You can get these at Digi-Key.com and the part # is 493-2069-ND. They have a picture of what they look like so you know what you are looking for. These will need to be replaced by someone that knows how to soldier them back in. I sent mine to JD Electronics in Poland, Me. (207)998-5687 Call him and see if he can fix it. Mine works fine and it took me about 10 minutes to put it back in my TV. I sent him the capacitors and the board in a box. Hope this helps.
I have the same model 3yrs old. Your problem is a loose contact on a circuit board. Unplug the tv and remove the back cover. Remove the circuit board on the opposite side of the input plug. Clean the mating surface of the circuit board and the mount, reinstall the circuit board and tighten the screws. This is where the lost contact is occuring. Reinstall the back cover. Thats it. good luck and happy watching.
I have the same model 3yrs old. Your problem is a loose contact on one of the circuit boards. Unplug the tv and remove the back cover. Locate the side that has the input plugs. On the opposite side of the tv there is a circuit board that has 10 pairs of wires plugged into it. Remove this circuit board and clean the mating surface between the board and the tv. This is where the lost contact is occurring. Reinstall board and tighten screws. Reinstall back cover. Happy watching.
Yes, take it apart, and wash the circuit board. Hard part is taking it apart without breaking the little tabs that snap the case together. It may have a couple hidden screws somewhere like in the batt compartment or under a label or under the rubber feet. Then carefully pry the case joint apart to get the snaps to let loose. Then the circuit board easily comes out - be careful if all the keys are loose not to disturb them. Also be careful of the display that may be loosely mounted. Once you get the board out, you can wash it with soap and water - whatever, just rinse it when clean with something like alcohol so no residues are left. Also be careful to not rub off any off the black key contact spots where the keys touch it. Put it back together loosely and see if it works. Hope Ya Fixit !!
if all the screws are out, you should be able to grab the left and right side top part, and slighty **** the rear cover loose. be careful, on the lower right corner is a connection with the side output board, once u get it loose, unscrew the screw, and disconnect the plug, otherwise, look for signs of dry glue, someone could of possibly glued a couple of screws to the inside of the rear cover. questions, email me.