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Qualia 004 power supply problem

 
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johndespres



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Location: Santa Monica, CA


PostLink    Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 9:57 pm    Post subject: Qualia 004 power supply problem Reply with quote


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My Qualia 004 would not turn on after a brief power outage due to corrosion and low voltage in our house's connection to the electrical grid. I'd like to have it fixed without incurring the costs of packing, shipping, and insuring the whole projector. Since I saw a message online that Curt posted in 2014 that he had successfully repaired the boards of 20 Qualia 004's which had also stopped working completely or continuously, I need advice on how to find and remove the right board to send to be repaired.
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Curt Palme
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PostLink    Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shoot me an email to curtpalme at shaw.ca

I have a test projector here to test the boards in now. To sum up, it's the board under the top cover that is sort of triangular in shape. It's up against the side wall of the set, and has about 20 connectors going to it. 5 or 6 screws remove it, and all of the connectors unplug. Take pix though as you disconnect them, as many look similar.

I'll send you instructions on how to send the board in as well.

Thanks!
Curt
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