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Re: leaking ploy silicon
Yes and that stuff is poisionous. So be careful, not to get on hands, if do clean really good, it's antifreeze like you put in a car. It's called CRT coolant, and it keeps the bulbs cool in your set. Yes it's repairable, If you get it on the circuit board it will damage your tv. You must clean completely if dropped on PCB. You can purchase at places like MCMelectronics, bluestar-online, tritronics etc.
While leaking it must be a bad seal need replacing or screw loose.
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Ty to install the epson compatible 24 pin driver fom the add printer Wizard .It woks well with the EPSON LQ-1150 II.if it again asks for the windows xp cd run "regsvr32 dllfilename.dll" where dll file name is where you gets from the windows xp test page.Hope it'll work
Are you sure it is the radiator itself? This can be caused by a bad cap. If it hasn't been replaced in a while(or ever)replace it now and see if that helps. If it does not help and you can see a crack, they sell a 2 part epoxy radiator repair kit for around $10. You have to be real quick though!! Use gloves. Be careful because this stuff does get hot enough to burn you. Let me know what you find.
Yes and no, You are talking about the exhaust? You can pull them apart, but I don't think you will get the dent out without some serious tools, and then some polishing stuff to make it look right. A muffler shop with a bending machine might have something, a bumper shop, with old school stuff, dent removal and plating tools might be able to do it. You might just have to wait for somebody on ebay to but a carbon fibre can and sell his stock one.
Lens errors are fairly common. Usually it's sand or grit interfering with the lens extension mechanism. Or the camera's been dropped with the lens extended. Or the camera has been powered on, but the lens had been blocked preventing its extension. Or the battery ran down with the lens extended ...
Here are some things that you can do to try to correct it. They only seem to work for less than 40% of the lens errors, but if the camera is out of warranty, or if repair costs close to the value of the camera, they're worth a try.
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I would not recommend to get repaired that camera which was dropped in water. It will need main board and lens assembly replacement that would cost almost new camera price. New camera purchase is better. Thanks.
There are special springs, motors, gears, and guides inside these lenses.
If your lens won't retract, one of the above is bent, misaligned, or broken. There is not a 'quick fix' that can be applied in your situation since it is a physical problem, not a software malfunction. You can try to dismantle yourself but speaking from experience you are likely to make the problem worse. If you are unwilling to attempt repari yourself, either take it to a repair shop or upgrade.