[TechAssist] Re: Zenith PV5263RK(Need help)

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From: "Shoreline Electronics" <jstielau@xxxxxxxx>
To: <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 8:06 AM
Subject: [TechAssist] Re: Zenith PV5263RK(Need help)


Jeff

That what i thought but i remove the whole board again and double check to
make sure i did`nt. Besides i colored all the connections with color marker.
This way i know where each connector goes. So i will try this other tips and
i`ll let you know what i found. Thanks a million.

Jose

> Looks like you may have missed a connection on the 9-1302 baord
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> ZENITH   9-1302
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> Loss Of Convergence, Bowed In On Sides, Picture Pulsates
>
> Marshfield Tv
>
> Check Pin 8 Of Plug 3c7 For 26 Volts.  If Missing, Check Solder On L3408,
> 26v Supply From Tx3402 Pin 8.  Whole Module Eat Up With Bad Solder Joints,
> But That Was The One Causing This Particular Problem.
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> ZENITH   9-1302
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> Convergence Out,  Picture Bowed And Pulsating
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> Gary D. Bombard Action Tv Systems
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> Soldered Connections All Over Board And Especially Around Connectors Ch21,
> Ch32, Ch33.  Also Soldered Main And Convergence Power Boards.
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> ZENITH   9-1302-6
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> Picture Pulls In On The Sides To A Hour Glass Shape
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> Doug - Vision Video Labs, Inc.
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> Resolder 20 Plus Bad Connections On Board. Many Broke Loose.
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> Jeff Stielau
> Shoreline Electronics Repair
> 344 East Main Street
> Clinton,CT 06413
> 860-399-1861
> 860-664-3535 (fax)
> jstielau@xxxxxxxx
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> "If you push something hard enough it will fall over."
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "javiles6" <javiles6@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 1:51 PM
> Subject: [TechAssist] Zenith PV5263RK(Need help)
>
>
> > Hello Techs
> >
> > I been working in this set for quite a while and now that i finally have
> it to turn on, after a minute or so it goes into a hourglass form. Before
> this problem the set had sound but no picture. Replace a shorted HOT but
it
> blew it instantly. So i replace the flyback, put in an original HOT change
> about 10 caps in SMPS. Also a couple of diode, resolder both boards. At
> first turn on set was fine but the convergence was out of wack, while
> adjusting it the set started bowing in from the middle, if i turn it off
and
> back on it works fine again but then the problem comes back. Any ideas
what
> i have miss or anything else need to be replace. I have no schematic but
i`m
> just working with a little bit of experience on other zenith model i have
> work on before. I was thinking a regulator problem but maybe one of you
> techs out there have confront this problem and may give me an idea. Your
> help like always is very appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> >
> > Jose
> >
> > Aviles Computer & TV Repairs
> > 508 Bingaman st
> > Reading, PA 19602
> > tel # 610-478-1342
> >
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