· · · · · · · · · The Hantarex Polo. (25″ model displayed). Resources: Manual: http://arcarc. % I won a golden tee golf machine off ebay for spares or repairs. The fault was no display so i guest.
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Once you get it out though, it might be a good time to straighten the tabs with needlenose pliers. Luckily a friend had 2 of them and he gladly send them over I am trying to manually calibrate the chassisI found that after ahntarex while I get this discoloration on the right side: Which of them needs replacing?
You might try to measure on the bottom pcb solderings. I am under the impression that they are really hard to find, is it true? Send a private message to cueball.
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Home Help Search Login Register. To the right of the neck socket in the picture are three transistors: Originally Posted by Sluggy Not all polo2’s are dual! C is in fact C Chemicon SME series C uf v originally fitted: Bad connector, bad transistor or IC in the circuit, disconnected cable between chassis and neck board, bad potentiometer controlling the blue gun, bad socket to the tube, broken pin on the tube, or dead gun in the tube, or broken solder joints on the monitor chassis.
At least, i’ve never had one gone bad on one of those anyway!
It works OK for now as far as I can see? Even if you discharge it, it might build up voltage again after a couple of hours, so it’s a good practice polp discharge once more just before you reconnect the anode cap. Resolution on a Hantarex Polo 33″? Daewoo RSS series C3 10uf 63v originally fitted: It could be a component with a dry joint that heats up but i do not know where to start.
Also there is supposed to be a 25″ medium resolution K Is there anything i should be careful of when removing the PCB assembly?
Usually you find on Polo 2 chassis that if the lopt goes, the HOT horizontal output transistor blows, and some components on the auto switching pcb that sits vertically inside the psu case. If the flyback is bad you will have to replace it.
If you now get blue, your wiring is bad. PrincessPrinPrinI, I’ll take this opportunity to ask 2 questions since it is obvious you know about the monitors: Did not have chance to power it up but i did a continuity check on TH, on the photo the black circles were ok but the red circles was not. I won a golden tee golf machine off ebay for spares or repairs. YAY replies like i said in the 1st post iv set the video test jumper to on and the test signal is yellow also iv tried the video test in arcade os theblue test is just back Iv tried blue pot on back and nothing happens at all i took the flyback off and cleaned and checked wires ect everything seems okay only 1 thing seems stange on the back of the monitor were u take of the flyback there the male socket for the flyback there looks as if 1 pin is missin?
Hantarex Polo 25
Normally you should be carefull about the anode cap voltage. The Polo has a unique connector for the deflection yoke. K, K and 25″ K chassis.
There was no neck glow. I have 4 Polo 25″ chassis: EU has in stock. Find all posts by john It developed a huge crack where the metal frame border screws the deflection board in.
Hantarex Polo 1
This carries on until the picture is just a horizontal line. On the cage around the power supply on a Polo there will be nothing about resolution and on a Polo 2 it will show both standard and medium. The 2 green connectors are for the deflection coil. Then bend the legs flat 90 degrees like pictured.
Forum Permissions You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum. Daewoo RSS series C2 10uf 63v originally fitted: Looking at the state of your lopt though, the bleed resistor may have been damaged, and in any case, as said above it’s always best to manually discharge the tube just in case!
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