Need this part also 25000820 (atenna block assembly) for my TV.
I had the same problem as the other post except I do not have the male part that the LOSER who yanked the coax out of the back of the TV. I assume its with the loser who I evicted out of the rental property...
So if anyone knows were I can come across this part please let me know..
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Just repaired my Job Rocker !! Just like most everyone here mine worked fine but would not charge. This may be how to fix yours.
Follow the red wire up from the battery to the circuit board and carefully try to disconnect it from the circuit board. Odds are the male spade connector will come off the circuit board. That's because it never got hot enough for the solder to actually stick to it when it was assembled at the factory. With time, the expansion and contraction from the heating and cooling of the circuit board causes this poor connection and prevents electricity from getting to the battery.
Remove the male connector from the female part using plies (this was difficult and required wiggling the connectors back and forth while pulling hard - and I'm not sure if it is absolutely necessary ).Clean the two prongs on the male connector with some fine sandpaper or an emery board and put some solder flux on them. (If you are unsure how to solder watch a few videos on Youtube or get help from someone who can) Heat the prongs up with a soldering gun or iron and coat them with some solder. Carefully remove the circuit board (by removing 4 screws) from the plastic panel to which it is attached.Then insert the male connector back on the circuit board while heating up the solder on the back side causing the connector to properly solder to the board.
Carefully plug your female spade connector back on the male spade connector you just soldered on the board. After making sure the circuit boards are not touching each other, plug your unit into the power and see if the charging light and the other 3 LEDs light up. If they do, unplug from your power, reassemble, plug back in and enjoy. If the don't, check where the black wire from the battery attaches to the circuit board and repeat the same procedure. Good Luck !
Please post your results so we can all know if this is a common problem and a good fix! Thanks again!!
First of you have to check the Atenna connection in the rare of your tv. Check for any loose contact on the connection of the wire to the pin. may be its the cause for showing signal as 0%. you can confirm the same by connecting the tv at the place where you doughters tv is connected. If there you get the picture then there is some thing wrong with the atenna connection.
If want information how to tune your tv then need information like BRAND and MODEL NUMBER of you TV.
Well everyone I've seen( i assume you mean the door latch) has 2 terminals, one on each side, that are simple post tabs. The wire has the female terminal and the latch is a male. It simply slides on and off. HOWEVER, this is often difficult especially on an older washer. Over time they corrode together and this makes it difficult to remove them. After doing so you may need to replace the female terminals as they may come apart if too badly corrode. I can only suggest slow steady pull pressure until they come apart. I would also suggest using pliers, preferably needle-nose, to grasp the female(wire end) to pull with. Hope this helps.
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Use a 15-pin, male-to-male VGA cable to connect your laptop to your TV. male-to-male means the pins are sticking out on both ends. Since both ends are male, you'll need to find the female VGA input on your laptop and on your TV. This is often called the PC input. Now, connect one end into the TV and one end into the PC. On a Mac, the VGA input is conveniently labeled with a "display" icon. It's recommended that you do this with everything powered off.
Likely only the discharge of static electricity but you can always unplug the TV and (if present) the cable box.
Modern sets have to be even sloppier in the assembly to have any dangerous voltages on shields of inputs.
Hi, You will have to look at your TV to see what type of interface it has for PC connectivity, this is because there are 2 types of Video out on the laptop, first the s-video and secondly VGA (D-SUB).
I would recommend the VGA connection as the quality of the picture will be much better than s-video, so you will need a male to male VGA cable if your TV takes that interface (a male to male mini stereo cable is also required for audio)
If your TV only supports s-video then you are stuck with that interface until you upgrade your TV.
If you need anymore help in this matter please don't hesitate to post back.
If I understand your post/description, the DVD plays OK except it is in Black & White. If so, change setting from PAL to NTSC or vice versa depending on the region you are in. US operates on NTSC, Most of Europe is PAL.
Hope that this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.