you can purchase the part. as far as replacing it, i wouldn't recommend it if you have never done it before. some boards require to have some electrical experience and need to be replaced a certain way. have a technician do it.
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Sounds like a power problem on Power supply board. It could possibly be damage or overheating. It will have to be replaced or fixed by someone good with LCD's
This is something i wouldn't try to repair by myself.
Hope this helps a little bit.
Im sorry to tell you this, but your BlueRay unit is dead.
i had the same problem some weeks ago after i update, sadly i didnt have any warrenty left, so i had to replace the blueray myself.
If you still have warrenty left, then use it :)
If you dont have any warrenty left your still able to send it to sony's service center, but this gonna cost you about 150$. but if you got a little handyman hidden inside of ya, then id advise you to replace it yourself, guides and tutorials how to replace it can be found on youtube, and you save money and time on doing it yourself. :o)
You can try using a little bit of Loctite Handyman Glue if the rubber piece is the only thing that is loose. if the wires themselves are loose inside the controller, i would suggest buying a New/Used controller instead opening it up yourself (unless you work on controllers and other small computerized objects)
Hi john you need to replace circuit board that has timer and auto shut-off I have same problem krups doesn't think it is a safety issue because the coffee maker has a thermal switch. But I still think it is. Also if you are not carefull when you fill with water it will staem back in your face!
SmallAppliance.com has special order replacement boards.
I will be replacing mine
had the same problem (self induced) and shorted out the oven. took the control board out and found i had burned the circuit between the connector and high/low light microswitch. just jumped the circuit with a piece of solder, reinstalled the board and the fan and light started working. it doesn't have a low light setting anymore but who cares, just saved 130 bucks. not going to tell my wife how i broke it, only how i fixed it. very proud of myself and learned a little bit, mainly unplug the unit before working on it.
John, the rf connector is not replaceable, have to replace tuner, this involves removing the main board, unsoldering old tuner and replace with new tuner and solder it in. Not rocket scientry if you have the equipment and a working knowledge of how to un-solder & re-solder in the part. You didn`t give make & model number so can`t give you price or part number, if you decide you can do this repair, send me make& model number & I`ll look up part number for you, BMW Rider
From what i see in these posts most say its the IC ship to replace i will get one for my 46807 also but dont know where yet .
also i seen that if that dont fix it then there is a few resistor's to resolder someplace dont know where either..but i can make the repairs myself im handy CROSS fingers ..:)
i just had this same issues happen after running the self clean cycle. f1 error, fan would come on, fan would turn off. its not the control board, its the temperature probe. I picked up the part for 40 bucks and put it in myself. plugged the stove back in and it was good to go. the old temperature probe's wires melted during self clean. note to self: clean you over the old fashion way with some elbow grease.