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Cl031 is the sfaety retrace capacitor check DL030 an the HOT trans they are most likley blown as well. Usually if anything other than the Hot and DL030 are blown the entire deflection board will need replacement. Its also best to check all three of the CRT necks to be sure none are cracked and broken on the CRT necks . Unfortunately several designs of the deflection components had different parts although the deflection boards will usually interchnage bewteen the ITC222 chassis sets. The ITC222A will not interchange. www.tvrepairworld.com has replacement parts and boards and can also assist with part numbers that you require.
You are reporting about the lack of speed to your fans I thinks and posts this solution. Normally lack of speed will be due to faulty capacitor. In most cases the value of this capaitor will get reduced. Replace it. Its capacinace value will be markde on it. After replacing the capacitor; till the speed does not get improved, make sure that either start or run windings in the fan has shorted winding in it. If this is the case, the body of the fan will get hot, and a hum sound also will be present. First replace the capacitor and check. If you want any more assistance from me get me by Fixya. OK.
On all showers, there is a mixing valve behind the wall. With out knowing which type of faucet I can't give proper details, but generally if has just started on its own to do that, the vavle either needs cleaning or replacement. Most valve manufacturers offer lifetime replacement parts, I know Koehler and American Standard do, so parts shouldn't be an issue. They can also walk you through minor repairs as well. If you need further assistance let me know and if I can get the model number of your fixture, maybe download the schematics, and assist you more.
The blinking light indicates that inside the power supply circuitry, there's a shorted diode(s), open resistors and bulging or leaky capacitors.
This repair might be a DIY if you know how to solder and desolder thru-hole parts and surface mount as well the use of a multimeter to measure the values of resistors, and good or bad condition of diode(s).
I can repair it for an affordable price.
Let me know if you require further assistance.
The safety circuitry of the TV will shut it down when it detects a problem with the TV. The code is a starting point for a tech to start looking for the problem. The 24 code is an indication of vertical deflection failure. Mitsubishi is known for not having parts for their TV sets after they get to be 6 or 7 years old. They also make consumer repair of their TV sets difficult since they will not sell their parts to anyone but a registered repair facility. The only way to know for sure what is causing the problem, which parts that are no longer within factory specs and for proper repair all the electronics must be diagnosed by someone with the correct electronic test equipment and the skills to use the test equipment. Heat is the number one enemy of electronics, and these sets operate hot. This model of TV has over 3,000 parts which include millions of transistors inside the integrated curcuits. Over time the capacitors will change value, leak and become defective.
Resistors will change value and burn. This will cause other components to become defective. This can has a domino effect and cause other parts to fail. Replacing one defective part may make the TV operate for a short time but the part will fail again since if the parts that caused the failure to begin with are not replaced. I expect the parts needed will cost less than $50 dollars unless it needs a board replaced. Most shops will charge about $350 to repair the set if they can get the needed parts. Small TV repair shops will often charge less than a large repair facility.
Don't know if this will fix your problem, but my monitor did the same thing. If you look on the bottom of the power supply board, you will find Q305 and Q306. They are probably both shorted. I replaced both transistors and the capacitor C305 on the top of the same board. The capacitor was open. After I replaced the parts it is working again. Look with a magnifying glass and make sure there are no bad solder joints. The only place I could find the transistors were at www.bluestar-online.com. Make sure you order the 2SC5706. It is an exact replacement.