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Jay Small Posted on Jul 20, 2007
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Wiring harness damaged during move

While the three plugs were disconnected to move....while the movers were transporting top section of tv...the smallest of the plugs hung up on the porch and pulled the connector/harness piece off...2 pink wires and blue wire...where can i find another piece to replace this....or more importantly.....what does this wiring control?...the tv seems to work without it....i stripped down the three wires and jammed them into the harness without being able to crimp...electrical tape on that to make the connection...i think....not sure what is operated from these wires though...will i damage the tv by using it....the only thing i see that doesn't work correctly is the perfect focus function....it gets to about 40% complete...and then resets and starts over.... any help would be appreciated...haven't been able to find a service manual... jay

  • Jay Small Jul 23, 2007

    it is a samsung HCN653W that was made in 2003
    when you dismantle the tv into two parts...3 plugs must be separated...the smallest of these plugs is the one that got damaged...it consists of three wires..2 pink and 1 blue...that goes into a little connector....that fits into the same on the base of the unit...they are found in the little panel on the side of the tv...that you unscrew and disconnect to take apart the tv...like someone talks about in another post...i want to know what this plug does...and where/if i can get this part or what it is called...

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Transporting a fridge/freezer in a horizontal position over a long distance can pose risks to the gas pipes and cooling system. However, if necessary precautions are taken, it is possible to minimize the potential damage. Here are some steps to follow:
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  2. Secure the doors: Make sure the doors of the fridge/freezer are securely closed and taped or tied shut to prevent them from opening during transportation.
  3. Protect the interior: Use packing materials such as blankets, foam, or bubble wrap to secure and protect the interior of the appliance from any potential impacts or vibrations during transit.
  4. Use proper transportation equipment: Utilize a truck or vehicle with a stable and level surface to transport the fridge/freezer. Avoid tilting or leaning the appliance excessively during loading, unloading, and transit.
  5. Secure the appliance: Use straps or ropes to secure the fridge/freezer in place and prevent it from moving around during transportation. This helps minimize the risk of sudden movements that could damage the gas pipes or cooling system.
  6. Avoid extreme temperatures: Try to avoid transporting the appliance in extreme temperatures, whether too hot or too cold. Extreme heat can increase pressure in the cooling system, while extreme cold can affect the performance of the compressor and other components.
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