Question about Hitachi Televison & Video
SOURCE: TV not turning on.
Mine was doing that and I ordered a replacement power supply board for it and now it work. It's fairly easy to replace.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
This is called a System Error. It is about the same as the Xjunks ring of death. You need to call Sony if you haven't broken your seal yet.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
SOURCE: epson stylus d92 printer
I think that this "error"is due to an internal copy counter.
I have a Epson Stylus D68PE, and had the same problem.
I performed a research for a file to reset the internal counter, and I found a file "C67C68D68" that is an "EPSON ADJUSTEMENT PROGRAM", with different softwares for each type of printer.
after launch the program, and reset the counter, the printe work OK.
This counter is as similar as the counter of the laser copiers.
As you reset the chip on ink tank, after a specific numbers of print, you must reset the internal counter. By yourself, of by MAINTENANCE (very expensive) Good luck.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
I have the CP-X275W that did the same thing. The ballast was bad and I fixed it with a $5 switching regulator. The CP-X327 has the identical ballast.
The High Intensity Discharge Metal Halide lamp suddenly failed to light up. A new lamp was installed and would not light up either. The fan ran and the lamp LED flashed after a few minutes. Voltage to the ballast module was 368VDC. The ballast did not pulse.
Ballast# PS-226-LS-210 was bad. Hitachi Part# HA01101 has been discontinued and the new part number is HA01102. It was $210USD at Vance Baldwin or $221USD at Part Solver.
The FET series (TR1,5,6,7,8,) seemed good: (drain-source resistance=5Kohm). Bought an identical projector on Ebay to do comparative multimeter measurements. Found resistance differences in IC01 (STRG6153). Swapped good part to bad projector, and it worked. This is a 5-pin Sanken brand switching regulator, US$5 at www.electronix.com. They have the STRTG6153, which is compatible, and may be better. The bad one removed from the circuit measures 15Kohm on pin 3 to pin 5 and the same 15Kohm when the probes are reversed. The good one measures 18Mohm and infinite when the probes are reversed.
If you would like me to fix it for you and clean all your optics, I can do it for $150USD plus $25 return shipping. Contact Chris at [email protected]
If you have a new lamp for sale I would buy one for $100USD.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Sadly to the end I can now explain the "problem" of my question by myself ...
Because I'm was not sure if I can handle the "problem" by myself I gave the Screen to a technican at our City with all the Information I found until this point (By the way my suspicion was the defect of something at the power supply unit). Two days later he gave me a call with the information about the error: An error at the power supply unit - spare parts => 50€, Work => 200€).
Unhappily im not yet got at soldering on screens, but for 250€ i would have made a good course for this (and if I can establish i will learn it).
So now again a bit more objectively:
Error / Problem:
TV - Step 1: Power Off
TV - Step 2: Stand-By
TV - Step 3: Power-On
TV - Step 4: Short flashing picture
TV - Step 5: Reverse to Step 1
1. Find the defect Fuse/Safe/...
2. Buy the Spare part at eshop2.euras.com
3. Change the parts -> et voilá
Hopefully I could have been a little help for someone.
With kind regards,
Posted on May 30, 2009
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