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Akai cftd 2088 TV comes on . goes off after about
You're might correct that your unit goes to overheating which produce an out of regulation on the supply. This is mostly caused of the ff:
1. Leaky filter capacitor on the regulator section - this will affect the regulation of supply which causes subsequent shutdown
2. Leaky volt regulator IC - it will overheat fast.
3. Leaky filter capacitor on the system supply.
Diagnosing the faulty parts is not diy so i've advice you to look for a qualified tech to do the job.
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on Feb 01, 2011
your tv needs to be swithed frm av to tv from its remote.if you dont have a remote buy a universal that will work with this brand,read universal code list before buying!!!
on May 21, 2009
I have a AKAI CFTD
If connected to cable or satellite your tv will work after digital conversion occurs. If using an antenna, look up a local TV station to see if they're already broadcasting in digital. Most are. Enter that DIGITAL channel # using your remote. If you get a picture, you don't need a converter box.
on May 15, 2009
Where i get the EHT of Akai Tv
EHT or Extra High Tension is the power supplied to the final anode of the cathode ray tube.
The EHT is traditionally generated by the line transformer from the flyback pulse of the line oscillator/amplifier.
The generated high frequency high voltage current was from the outset rectified by a thermionic diode (eg. EY51, EY86) but by the late 1960s/early 1970s technology brought high voltage diodes and semiconductors rapidly replaced the old technology and the output from the line transformer then typically fed the anode via a semiconductor voltage doubler.
The rectified EHT was originally smoothed by a high voltage oil-filled capacitor but that was soon deleted in favour of spraying the outside of the CRT with a metallic paint and grounding it. This became the high voltage smoothing capacitor with the glass of the CRT being the dielectric and the final anode the positive pole...
Akai Televison &...
on Oct 12, 2020
My Akai has lost a much watched channel overnight. I have tuned the channels, but still unable to recover. What else can I try?
Check if the channel is off-the-air due to an issue at the transmitter. After a severe storms, some local stations lost their transmitter because the tower fell. More often, the transmitter hardware can fail. One station repeater near me had an interesting period where it didn't get the incoming signal from the primary transmitter.
Check that your antenna hasn't shifted to point away from the transmitter. Reposition the antenna, if needed. If you have an amplifier on your antenna, check if that has been damaged. If it has been damaged, replace it. My household found that the antenna/splitter became a filter for one VHF channel when damaged by a lightning strike. The check was to connect the antenna to one TV without the amplifier.
The other common issue is interference. Has there been construction in your area that added a large building between you and the transmitter?
I hope this helps.
Akai Televison &...
on Sep 06, 2020
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