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Re: no picture no sound
difficulty is not the problem, actually it's easy, but messing around with the Horizontal section of a TV (which is part of the High Voltage section) is not a good idea, and should only be done by a person that knows the dangers and has the equipment to do the job properly.
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In theory yes, but not easily. You would need to find the exact type of Hard drive as the original one. Finding a new part will be difficult, and probably close to the cost of a new iPod. If you were to acquire a hard drive. It would be very difficult to open the back without bending the aluminum. instructional.com has some very good pictured instructionals. Not for the average person. Previous miniature electronic repair highly recommended.
1st: what type of sewing machine? brand?
2nd: it's not picking up the bobbin thread and jamming up because it's out of time.
the machine probably skipped a tooth on one or more of the gears and the gears need to be either replaced or re-timed.
either of which can be very difficult for the average person. your best bet is take the machine to a repair shop or buy a new machine.
this picture is for timing a standard Kenmore type machine. also works for some Singer machines.
If you can get to the area where the belt is you can cut the old one off and then move the motor and slip the new belt over the pulleys. I don't say it is easy but if you have the average mechanical ability you can do it.
the new cables are hard to find so you might have to alter what you buy. The starter is located close to the driveway so keep that in mind too. if you are a confident person it will go well. Also remember that the parts person will answer most questions for you. The parts store might even pictures. good luck
If you are ready for some expensive boards you can try to fix or have it fixed. Average boards in this set are well above the average cost of similar parts in other sets, from a person who works in a shop---IF it can be fixed expect well over 200 dollars as a average.
The quick answer to you problem is critical in what your set was doing prior to it shutting down. Do you remember it having a Color problem like alignment of convergence? Was the sound cutting out on you? Or was there part of the picture missing? If one of these then you could eliminate time and money. To be honest you would save money DIY. You also can call PTS at 18008447871 and get the price on Deflection board or Large Signal, whichever has High Voltage Transformer on it and price. This will save time troubleshooting, because it takes the knowledge of knowing voltages, components, etc. Which require skills the average person may not have. Hope this helps!