Are you tired of Losing your stuff?
Are you tired of someone else losing their stuff?
Now you can use your Wallet to Find Your Keys and Vice Versa!
FOFA - XD! Our Patented 2-Way Wireless Key Finders.
No Base to lose - Each can find the others - Expandable
Use on Cell Phones - Keys - Wallets - Purses - Glasses - Remote Controls - the possibilities are endless.
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As well as selling our unique key finder system, when we fix something or discover a solution, we like to share - here is another page to help out. DJM. All material here - Copyright (C) 2009 Melbourne Designs, LLC. OK, so it's a cheap plug to advertise FOFA - please forgive us! Also, if you add a link to this page, other owners can share this too.
Use at your own risk - we bear no responsibility
for any injury or damage caused by the use of this information. Be careful with
tools! Get help if you need it!
How to fix a flat screen TV? Here's an example of one we worked on.....
How to fix a Dead 37" LCD TV Scott / LG / AKAI
Model # LCT37SHA
TV also sold by RadioShack. Died in less than 13 months!
No Red light - No Power - Power Supply Dead - Power Supply Fried. Part # MLT386X
Started fixing the Power supply -
Dead (shorted) FET Part # 20N60 at position QA1
www.mouser.com cost about $3
Don't forget the little gray ferrite-type bead on the center leg and use some thermal heat paste (the white stuff)
Shorted 1N5406 Diode at position DA2 ($0.19) and fried parallel capacitor CK23 underneath - Make sure you clean the cap and residue off the board - This cap arcing may have been the root cause of the FET failure, replaced with 1000pF ceramic *there are several others around this area.
Others have had to replace the 1000uF and 470uF caps in the secondary part of the supply - mine were OK
Open 5A Fuse of course.
Parts all obtained from www.mouser.com Total Parts cost about $5
Success! Replaced 5A 250V Slowblow Pigtail Fuse, FET
(QA1), Diode (DA2), Capacitor 1000pF (CK23) under DA2 diode,
Added new heat compound where it had dried up. I am considering adding fan above PSU to avoid this problem in the future.
The heat problem with this unit made me decide to add some fans - I just don't want to do this fix again.
(Please note - Copy this design at your own risk)
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