Keyboard sucks!!! no sound out of audio jack. piece of ****
Baaaad mistake buing this pile of junk. lesson learned: you get what you pay for. keyboard is horrible, skips letters forcing you to go back and correct the mistakes one by one. even shipped it to texas for repair and came back same. is there any way to replace the keboard? also, no sound from audio jack; have to use USB jack with 3D sound adapter to listen with headphones. speakers have sound with an echo. yeeech, what a horrible product. or, as it woud type on the keyboard, a horbe podct.
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Learn your lesson.Someone will always have a faster car! Bet cash you have on your hand! (May people say to learn from your mistakes----WRONG! Learn from OTHER peoples mistakes).Many a dummy has made this mistake in the past.
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I agree. Those decks are JUNK how the hell did a great company like JBL ever allow their good name to be on those Korean junk. UNbelievable, and trust me they are not worth repairing.. You can find the exact unit at your local swap meet for $42.00 but with some name like DAWOOP, sorry friend but I too learned that lesson painfully.
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Sounds like you probably should have had a surge protector, Kind of an expensive lesson to learn. 20 or 30 bucks for a couple thousand dollar pay off, but anyway, learn from the mistake and put your computer and stuff on one. Well anyway, most TV's will have a fuse in the main power supply that you can order from allied electronics, or your local radio shack. Hopefully you are lucky and after you replace the fuse the TV comes right back to life, if not, it is an excellent excuse to make a trip to your local best buy. =) Hope this helps,
You most likely can not buy one because like you said you don't have a part number. These are sometimes called "tactile switches" or "domes". This is a long shot. If you are up for an adventure and want to learn something at the same time try this:
One) go to a "used electronics" surplus store. One that carries small misc components and "junk". Take your broken part with you. See if they have something similar to it that can be used in place of it.
or better yet
Two) go to a "Printed Circuit" board house. One that specifically sells "keyboards and touch pads". Ask for a salesman or production manager. Show him the part you that is broken and ask if he has something similar. If he does he'll probably give it to you. If not he'll will know if you can even get them.
Unfortunately, the part you are seeking is proprietary to Sony, so you might not find one. But you might find one that is a close match.
One other choice see if you can find your model camera in surplus or a broken one on E-bay for the spare parts.
But sounds to me it's to the junk pile.
What you probably need then is a 6 to 4 firewire converter (IEEE-1394).
Should you want to build your own, this site offers the pinout connections > http://www.interfacebus.com/Design_Connector_Firewire.html
Should you want to purchase a ready made converter/adapter, it is available at http://www.afterhours.co.uk/sitecom-firewire-64-pin-converter-p-497.html
or google for "firewire 6 to 4 cable converter"
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards.