I like to tinker with everything, but a large investment like this one, is not for the fainted heart. Picture this: If you were to watch a plastic screen and you suddenly bend the right and left side in, the middle looks okay but a littles streched out. In addition, the green and red colors are not linning up correctly. It looks like a double image. Since "" good Guy's" went out of business, we no longer have warranty. We have Had regular maintanance up until last year. Irecently opened the front panel to blowout and vacum all dust, but I did not touch a thing. All the cleaning was done after the Televioson stopped working properly. I hope you can help, and appreciate your kind wisdom.
Thank You, Ricky
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Very common problem with this set. The convergence IC's both need to be replaced. if your not a tech with solid state soldering experience I would seek out a trained service person to assist you in this repair.
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The normal heart rate is really an average heart rate, around 80 beats per minute. Many things can make it go faster or slower, including activity, medication, drugs, exposure to insectisides or mushrooms and others. A slow heart rate is called bradycardia, usually around 60 beats per minute. Sometimes the electrical nodes in the heart which help to make the heart start a new beat quit or work incorectly. In these cases medication or a pacemaker are required. I hope this answers your question.
don't have anything to play with, they make do with what they have, but these
days there are some brilliant sand toys around that you can use on the beach or
in the sand pit. You can get everything from sand toys that help you haul,
trawl and build, to toys for throwing games etc. I'd say it's well worth
investing and your family will be very grateful.
It can be fixed for pretty cheap (Under $50) if you're not afraid to do a little tinkering. It is either the inverter board or the ccfl tube. Parts are cheap on ebay and service manuals are available on dell's support site. All you need is a small phillips screwdriver. Good luck.
Your original problem was/is an "opto" IC (chip),which causes the power supply to regulate low when it fails. It is a 6 or 8 pin chip. Sounds as if maybe more has failed now. Switch mode power supplies are not for the faint of heart,or DIY. I recommend having it troubleshot by a tech.