Saturday, July 2, 2016

Chanwong TV-china with No Power symptoms

This TV has no power symptoms-first I checked the fuse and it was blown but not blacked inside meaning there was no heavy short in the supply.

Remember a fuse can tell you a lot about the last moment of any equipment before it died (in medical terms postmortem)

1. Fuse blown, dark inside - Means the machine died due to heavy short. Please be sure to use the light serious Lamp to bring up the machine after replacing the fuse.


2. Fuse blown, clear inside- Means the fuse might have died through natural dead (e.g. old age)

After I replaced the fuse it didn’t blow again confirming to me that there was no serious shorted component (I mean component shorted which is taking the supply directly to the grounds).

I measured the output voltages and there was none: absolutely zero volts. Then I checked the voltage at the main capacitor and it was 320 v dc which is okay. The voltage was also reaching the switching transistor collector same voltage.

I measured the S.O.T base voltage and it was 0.02 volts. I followed the start up circuit divider and the voltage was ok and no resistor was open.
But from the above voltage measurement you find the Zero volts at the base of the S.O.T is suspect.

Either the S.O.T (v513) is sorted base-emitter because it’s taking the voltage to the ground. ). Or V512(c3807) is shorted collector-emitter because it’s also taking the base of the S.O.T to the ground.  Or capacitor c517 across the collector emitter of v512 (c3807) is shorted to the ground.

I removed the two transistors i.e. S.O.T (v513) and driver v512 and measured them out of circuit together with cap c517.

To my surprise the S.O.T v513 (D1710) was shorted Base-Emitter junction i.e. was 82 ohm both ways on diode test on my Dmm. meter. It should have been high and low (I mean the B-E junction has two reading meaning the transistor is shorted B-E junction which is very rare.
After replacing this Transistor (chopper) and the broken fuse the machine was back to life.

If there is zero voltage at the output then most probably the primary section is the cause of the problem.

Narrow down to the faulty circuit (area) by use of voltage testing only. This one is a very fast and valuable method I have come to learn.

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