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n.e.c protection circuit ?(roland gordon)

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by grahamricho, Oct 1, 2002.

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    My n.e.c 6pg is still tripping to standby with a code f8 and diode 023 lit. It say in manual that its line deflection or line deflection protection circuit problems ? Can the protection circuit be bypassed (with contrast and brightness down ) so i can scope line drive and see were its getting into trouble ? Or to see if its the protection circuit ?
     
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    I doubt it...

    If you don't have it I may be able to give you Doug Baisey's email over at AVSforums. He's a nutter NEC service guy and is THE man for NEC questions...

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    I too would take this to the AVS forum.

    Most projectors have a loop to force the EHT or power down if a circuit is faulty or a board is missing. I'm surprised it's not described in the manual.
     
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