I have the switch assembly out of my 32 inch protron. There is 1 side where the plug goes into and the other side is the "on/off" switch. Does anyone know if the switch side is the Inductors that need to be changed??
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Re: Do the Inductors pull out?
What's the LCD is doing when you try to turn it ON?
These power supplies are known to fail due to defective capacitors or shorted components.
I said in an earlier post that the inductors could be use as protection as well but the fuse is the one that fails in most cases when there is a power outage or an current overload from a shorted component is the power supply.
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Installing Passenger Side Power Window: First of all there are only 2 - 9/32 bolts that hold the door panel on. One is located right behind the door handle in plain sight. The second is the one that eluded me and I ended up breaking the hook off the back of the panel...it's located under the switch panel. It's a snap to remove; just pry around on it and it comes right up. Once again; these are the ONLY 2 bolts holding the panel to the door. Snap the cover off that goes around the door opening handle and also the little triangular piece that's where the wing windows used to be on the older trucks. Also pull the plastic part that's over the door lock. Then gently lift straight up just a little and pull out towards you. The panel will come right out where you can then unplug the speaker wire and remove the bulb assembly from the door light at the bottom. 1 - 3/8 bolt holds the door handle on; remove the handle and set aside. Then strip the plastic off being careful not to tear it since this will be reused. This is to keep moisture out and road noise down. My problem was a broken cable so I could move my window up and down by hand, but you may have to plug the switch in to move yours to the right position. I think it's about 1/4 inch down where you can see the 2 - 3/8 bolts that hold the window to the regulator. Loosen these bolts then gently break the window free. Pull it all the way up and tape it there so it doesn't fall and break while you are removing the old unit and installing the new one. There are 6 - 3/8 bolts that hold the assembly in place and it's pretty easy to figure out which ones they are. Take these out and work the unit out through the large hole at the bottom. The new one goes in pretty much the same way only in reverse. After I got the 6 - 3/8 bolts back in place I plugged the window switch in and rolled the unit all the way up being careful to make sure the clamps were going to line up with the window. They did, so I took the tape off and slowly lowered the window where I could tighten the 2 clamps down on the glass. Put the plastic back on, then the door handle. Plug the speaker wire back in and put the light back in at the bottom of the door, then set the panel back in the holes. Mine wasn't hard at all. Reinstall the 2 - 9/32 bolts then plug the switch assembly in and snap back in place. Replace the rest of the plastic covers and you should be pretty much finished.
How to change the headlight bulb:
1: Near the headlamp assembly where the amber turn signal bulb is a white plastic tab. Pull it up about 2 inches. Do not be alarmed if it comes out completely.
2: On the opposite side is a bolt (9/32 inches or 7mm). Remove the bolt. Do not lose it!
3: Pull out the headlamp assembly and change you bulb!
4: Put the assembly back in place, install the bolt and slide the plastic tab back in place over the gray squares to secure the whole schee-bang. Done!
Thank you for sharing the information on the light bulb. You just saved me money from having to take my 2003 Trailblazer in to have the low beam bulb replaced. I did exactly what you said.
1 Open hood and lock.
2. Take filter cover off (4 screws and they stay with the filter).
3. 3 inch cover pulls off.
4. Twist light bulb 1/8 turn.
5. Unclip the wiring harness to light bulb assembly.
6. Test by turning light switch on.
7. Align assembly with light housing and turn 1/8 until it snaps in.
8. Put 3 inch cover back on.
9. Place filter cover back on and hand tight the 4 screws.
10. Close hood.
it is a simple job to fix that. you need to take the whole TV apart and there is a black gasket that falls down on all these TV's. the glue that was on the gasket and the weight of the screen pulls it down more and more. takes about 1 hour by an amateur doing this maybe less for a professional.
It looks likethepower supply failed on your TV. The failure rate is about 95% in the power module.
There aren't service parts available to swap the entire assembly, the only option now will be to fix the power supply to the component level.
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Funny to see this because this is exactly what is happening to my 32 inch TV and I was researching to see if some one else had this problem and right away I find this, I've had my set for over a year now, and I have no solution at this time, but I will continue to research this, I figured that Protron would blame the cable company,that's what company's with crappy products usually do. Blame someone else.