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My screen will not turn on even tho there is power?
Just repaired this TV today. You will need to purchase the inverter board. The TV will power up....you will see "PLEASES WAIT", and disappear, you have a black screen. When you remove the back cover, look to your left. You will see a long vertical board. That is the board you will replace. Seek shop jimmy, enter model number of your TV. You will see an inverter board for $24.95 plus $9.50 shipping. Thanks for asking me, Matt of Martins TV Repair.
on Nov 04, 2016
We cannot get the sound
I think this is the model, or close to it.
Page 11 talks about audio out.
The actual model of the Dynex would be useful.
Maybe you could get it to come from the actual audio source, like the Cable Box, which has really good audio options while TV's usually don't and add nothing to the sound by being in the loop.
on Feb 20, 2011
Tried to use mic, only picking up computer sounds.
Ensure that you have selected the Microphone or the Line-in as your recording input. It sounds like you have set STEREO MIX as the recording input. Double click your speaker, select from the drop down "Properties" then Adjust volume for (RECORDING) select that and ensure that your appropriate recording device is selected. (XP)
on Jun 30, 2009
McIntosh MC7106 Amplifier not powering up
It can be a variety of reasons but I feel that your amplifier is shutting off after powering on. There is nothing that can be done from the outside but If you are familiar with basic electronics and can attempt to take a look I can try. Open the set after you have pulled off the power, then look into the set and tighten all the connectors and cords. Power on and see where the click comes and goes off. If the relay is not holding on then your protect circuit is shutting it off. Armed with a multimeter turn on the power and check if the main +B power is coming to the output stages.If there is momentary swithch on , then disconnect power and test the continuity in the output stages. If hsort open the leads to the output section and then power on. If the relay stays we have found the fault. you can go on to change the failed outputs. If however the outputs were tested ok, then your fault could be the relay or the protect circuit, Hold a rely for a moment to see if the amplifier powers on, if so check the relay drive transistor , the biasing to the stage. Try this out and I hope my advice helps. Good day
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