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If you got the exact same ones, you should be able to simply pit them back into the same holes. if you did not get the same ones, look at the open holes, two should be connected together, and two are separate. Hook the two that are connected together to the ground part of the jacks, and the middle connections of the jack to the other two holes. if this does not make any since, send a picture of the jacks and the board so we can look at it for you. Good Luck
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Try reversing the cable and see if one end fits better. Or buy a new cable. Also some aftermarket car cd players have RCA inputs on the back or cd changer inputs too, which can be changed to RCA input style connectors with an adapter. Then you will need a 3.5 mm to RCA adapter. You just need the RCA to 3.5mm adapter if you have RCA inputs on the back of your cd player. then run your 3.5mm wire from behind your dash to an accessible and convienent area. I ran mine into the glovebox in my car. My deck had RCA imputs so I just ran a long RCA cable into the glove box, put the 3.5mm RCA adapter on that, then hooked my iPod 3.5mm wire up to it. Now it's hidden and easy to store out of sight, plus with the extra long RCA cable to 3.5mm setup anyone in my car can have the iPod and change the songs. Hope that helps.
This sounds alot like the same issue I had with my HP 42 inch plasma. Many plasmas had an issue with failures on the YSUS and ZSUS printed curcuit boards.
If you are willing and able to do some dissasemply yourself, open the TV and see if it uses these cards...if so then look at the solutions listed for the HP PL4260N TV issue.
I found the fuse blown on my YSUS board, I removed it and had it repaired by coppel TV..if you find a board that is bad, chances are someone on EBAY repairs them or swaps them out...mine cost $75 to repair and I was back in business...TV works fine again now that I had the board repaired.
this sounds like a cold solder joint problem.. around the tuner, you need to unplug the tv and take the back off the set .remove chassis and turn it upside down ... take a magnifing glass and ckeck the curcuit board for broken or dull solder joints the resolder them.... this should solve your problem good luck
This is a cool bit of vintage Alpine gear so I get why you'd want to hold onto it. Open the case and take a look at the RCA sockets for mechanical damage. They may only need a dab of fresh solder to fix the bad connections. If the board has a break in it you can add wire traces to the section that has failed to create a new solid connection.
Hi,you will need a soldering iron and a voltage needle so you can test the Ic components on the main board. you will need to test the transistors as well. once you find the bad parts, you will have to order them and remove the bad parts and replace them with the ordered parts by using the iron and solder. this issue will be located on the input side of the main board. you should notice it by the discolorations on the board. (truama poitns)
Ok. PCB means Printed Circuit Board.
It looks similar to the picture down below. A part must have gone bad on your PC board. So, the RCA shop ordered a replacement PC board to fix the problem. It's an interchangeable part. All newer TV now have PC boards, which each one hold a different function.
I just fixed this on my TV. With the small front input board removed from the tv, solderside up and the rca jacks pointing away from you begin.Looking at the board in this position locate RCA video jack. Directly in a row are 2 comparitively large solder pads. The pad furthest from the RCA jack and closest to you has a thin trace that runs from the noted pad to a solder pad on a small surface mount component marked 750. That small trace is not making contact on the solderpad that is soldered to the RCA jack. To fix it take a small metal pic or tiny flat screwdriver and scrape away some of the PC board coating right on the trace where it meets the solder pad, and place a small solder bridge on it. Thats it put it back together and watch TV. Thanks to all the members here who post solutions. Frank
If it has an "AUX" input or any other type of RCA jacks for an input, you can connect the TV RCA audio jacks output to the input RCA jacks of the Aiwa.
That's what you would need.
RCA audio outputs on the TV
RCA audio input on the Aiwa
Just look at the back of each unit and see if it has them. RCA audio jacks are the small circular red and white jacks. They will be labed on each unit what they are for. You need output jacks on the TV and input jacks (but not for phono) on the Aiwa.