Started by Zoe Robinson, 02:02, 30 September 15
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Quote from: chinnyhill10 on 08:21, 30 September 15You given the edge connector a good clean using Isopropyl Alcohol and a swab?
Quote from: Zoe Robinson on 11:50, 03 October 15Well I cleaned the connectors (good grief, the stuff that came off those things!) and plugged the CPC in to test it out.CLUNKThat's the sound of the monitor dying, I suppose?
Quote from: Bryce on 21:56, 03 October 15Or it's telling you it's time to change the belt or clean the heads?
Quote from: Bryce on 15:15, 08 October 15Ah, I thought you meant the drive made a clunk. A clunk from the monitor can be quite normal, doesn't have to mean anything bad.
Quote from: Zoe Robinson on 20:24, 08 October 15I'm going to have to open the monitor up to find out what's gone wrong. I'm hopeful that it's a simple fix because it was working perfectly last time I used it.
Quote from: AMSDOS on 12:21, 09 October 15Not a good idea opening it up and playing with 240v (especially if you're not a hardware person). Leave it to a TV repair person if you can, hand them a Service Manual.
Quote from: Bryce on 12:46, 09 October 15That old phrase - "It's not the volts that kills you, it's the amps" is complete rubbish as it's a combination of both and it also depends heavily on whether it's AC or DC (they kill you using different methods).Bryce.
Quote from: CraigsBar on 12:56, 09 October 15So long as AC/DC does not kill you, well not a normal volumes anyway.
Quote from: AMSDOS on 12:38, 09 October 15True it's not the Volts that kills you, what is it? The amps or the watts? I cannot remember.
Quote from: Bryce on 10:22, 09 October 15Ooo, no power to CPC and no whine probably means that the input transformer has left the party.
Quote from: Audronic on 13:45, 09 October 15It does not matter Your Dead ?? Ray
Quote from: Zoe Robinson on 18:40, 09 October 15Nah, I'm going to hand it to my wife and give her puppy dog eyes until she fixes it. She's the hardware person in the family, she'll know what to do.
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