Help! My projection t.v. has been sprayed by a 3yr old!
Ok, I have a Sony KP43T75, and we've had it now for about 3 years. Worked GREAT up until...my 3 yr old sprayed it with our sink sprayer from the kitchen into the living room. It didn't get totally soaked, but now, of course there is no pic. at all. It turns on, I only know this because after being plugged in, it makes that little click noise, but no sound or picture happens. Am I in real trouble here? Please help me out, my husband will have the big one:) Does it just need time to dry out? lol...I sure hope so. Thanks for any comments or advice. (by the way, I was in the gameroom, folding a load of clothes and he woke up early from his nap and was VERY quiet). Little terd bird! PLEASE HELP ME!!!!
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The Wagner Capspray 9000 HVLP is about 20 years old, but you should be able to find parts, at least for the HVLP gun. The manual for the turbine is #0276989. If you are in the US try Scott at American Airless Wagner Titan Graco Paint Sprayers or in Europe try us at: Home Lion Industries
if you have s-video out on your laptop you can plug it in that way, or you can TRY a VGA to RCA cable, i've found these hardly ever work correctly, but they're relatively cheap compared to a new laptop lol. it looks like the only inputs on that TV are S-Video and component, which means you're pretty limited.
Make sure your water temperature is hot enough to dissolve the detergent, because the unrinsed residue could be undissolved detergent. If, however, it's food residue, you probably need to check your sprayer arms. The upper arm attaches to a tube in the back of the dishwasher. If the support clamps come loose, the upper spray tube will not be flush with the tube and can't carry water to the sprayer arms. Also the sprayer arms can become clogged with paper remnants, bone fragments, or pieces of peeling. You'll need to remove the sprayer arm and flush it at your sink. If there is a jet that is clogged, tweezers will help remove the residue.
Finally, the bottom of the door INSIDE the washer often get covered with gunk. Be sure and gently wash the bottom of the door INSIDE. You can open the door, spray some window cleaner on the bottom and then gently brush away the 'gunk.' Rinse with hot water from a pitcher or your sink sprayer and this can eliminate some of the residue that is showing on your dishes.
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This situation sounds like a plugged hose. Keep taking apart and you will find something plugging a small orifice, somewhere... Always flush with clean water after each use, many garden sprays crystalize over time......
You can help to isolate the problem by checking the flow through the angle stops under the sink. Best way to do this is to first have flexible hoses, most likely 3/8" by 1/2". These flexible hoses can easily replace rigid piping from the angle stops to the sink. Turn the angle stops off, then unscrew the hoses/piping from the under the faucet. Aim hose into bucket and turn angle stop back on. If flow is still strong, then replace faucet. If flow is weak, call a plumber.
With your faucet in the off position pull the sprayer out. Unscrew the hose that connects to the sprayer. This lets you take the sprayer to someplace where you can sit down. The front of the sprayer where the water comes out unscrews as well. You may need to use a nonslip mat or a piece of rubber but you can undo this by hand. Once you have this off a small piece (airator) can come out that helps control water flow into a steady stream instead of the way water comes out of a garden hose with no nozzle. form here you'll be able to see how the old button fits into the sprayer, pop it out and replace with the new one. Assemble in reverse.
First porblems first; go to Home Depot and pick up two Gator Bite valves (no pipe sweating...work great!), appropriately sized and replace hot/cold water valves under the sink. It would also be best to get 1/4 turn valves instead of a gate valve.
The spray hose is connected at the base of the faucet itself - in the very center of the bottom side of the faucet. It's a very tight and difficult area to work in - you should be able to usscrew the old hose and place the new one directly where the old one was removed.
After checking all sprayer arms for clearance, and checking heating element and discharge pump, the problem was solved by replacing the small sprayer arm at the top of the washer. This small arm had popped off some time ago - obviously the water pressure was excessive for the small and unimpressive fastener. Luckily we had saved this piece, which I refastened with a strong aluminum non-corroding small bolt. Presto - now the water distribution is back to design specs, with sufficient water coming out under pressure from the mid level arm. Lesson: always look for the simplest cause first with the simplest solution. TCA
First try this. Pull out the sprayer and remove from hose by turning nut that connects sprayer to hose. If you can get someone to help you it would be nice since the hose can go down into the faucet and might be trouble to retrieve. Look in the connection on the sprayer where the hose connects and look at the screen. If the screen is plugged or dirty clean and reinsert. If you can't clean it replace it. If this isn't working go to the next suggestion below.
In the spray head of the faucet there is a build up of deposits from use and or water hardness. Here is the link to the Delta site.