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Repairing AIWA NSX-S505 Mini Component System No Power Problem

 
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Repairing AIWA NSX-S505 Mini Component System No Power ProblemIn this post, I will share to you an article from the Elab Forum about the Aiwa Mini Component that RoYa16 is repairing. It has a no power problem. Won’t power ON but the tape indicator (play, rewind, Fast-forward) have light indicator even it is not power on. So he troubleshoots the main board but it is ok according to him, then after that he troubleshoots next the front board. In the front board, here he saw shorted electrolytic... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
25

Repairing a Nonfunctional PS2 Keyboard

 
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Repairing a Nonfunctional PS2 KeyboardI have just received this PS2 keyboard from other department for repairs. A defective is one of the most commonly cause of the problems for an undetected PS2 Keyboard problem especially in the office. It doesn't have any function on all its keys and it is also not detected by the PC. So I checked first the wire for a trace of a broken (putol) wire. Then I found out that the red wire is broken (putol). I get the pin config of the defective... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
24

How to Adjust TV using Service Mode

 
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How to Adjust TV using Service ModeUpon surfing the net, I found this interesting website that can be useful to those students and technicians want to be that starting to learn repairing televisions units. Just a piece of reminder, The codes that we are going to learn about is not suitable for users, these code are for those technicians that needs to access the system control of a television to made some adjustments especially when you newly replaced a memory IC that is... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
20

Sony TV model KV-21TSR1 with Arcing and No Raster Problem

 
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Sony TV model KV-21TSR1 with Arcing and No Raster ProblemI am having a home service to a Sony TV model KV-21TSR1 with a complain of having a loud noise coming inside the unit that looks like the tube is going to break. I suspect that the FBT (flyback transformer) is the main cause of the problem for having a leak maybe on its high voltage so I opened the unit and checked immediately the FBT and then I found out that it has a cracked on the body of the FBT. So I take out the FBT from the board by... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
18

Modding an Asus 701 (Eee) to Have Internal Bluetooth

 
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Modding an Asus 701 (Eee) to Have Internal Bluetooth[tnkgrl] has modded an Acer Aspire One subnotebook to have internal Bluetooth to be used for connecting her Buetooth mouse and her Sony Ericsson as modem. She covers disassembly and adding the Bluetooth hardware in the circuits and to locate the pins where to connect. Modding the Asus 701 (Eee) –... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
13

Jejebot: Tagalog Version of Simsimi

 
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Jejebot: Tagalog Version of Simsimi Here is a Pinoy version of the very popular Simsimi apps on the internet. The difference of this site to that of simsimi is where you can ask Jejebot even you are offline by just using your mobile phones by texting the bot on its number "09391803459" and it will reply you, instantly you have a textmate... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
10

How to Disable Post Revisions in WordPress and Reduce Database Size

 
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How to Disable Post Revisions in WordPress and Reduce Database SizePost revisions is one of the function that WordPress has to provide but for some people using this platform  it might not be the best choice. For people who have minimal/limited database space, or for people developing WordPress as a CMS where they do not need autosave, they can basically turn off Post Revisions feature in WordPress by following this guide. By reducing the database size, you can also speed up your... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
9

Testing a Remote Controller Make Easier

 
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Testing a Remote Controller Make EasierI just wanna share a simple and effective way on testing any kind of remote controller if it is still functional. This is for those who don't know this trick on testing a remote controller. These are the two ways on which you can test your remote control: 1.) turn on your radio then tuned it into AM band tune in to low band and press any key to your remote control and you can heard sound like motor booting from your AM radio meaning your... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
9

LCD Monitor Blinking For A Minutes Before It Totally Turned On

 
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LCD Monitor Blinking For A Minutes Before It Totally Turned OnI have a LG L1510BFN Touch Screen that I am using as my monitor on my service unit. The LCD monitor has a small problem which it is just blinking in first 1-5 minutes from cold start. It looks like it needs to be charged before it works. Action taken: Hang up the line going to the control board. The pin labeled with 12 volts measures 13 volts and 5 volts measured 4.8 volts something and when plugged to the control board, the 12 volts... [ Continue reading... ]

Dec
6
 
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