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put finger to keyboard and composed:

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In that case DSE's ramsinks ($14 for a pack of 8) should get you out
of trouble. Be aware that these RAMs may have their own onboard
regulator, so you might want to check that as well.


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You have already theorised that is where the problem lies!
A real tech would check first.

MrT.



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"Mr.T"  =  criminal FUCKWIT  !!!!!!!!!!!!
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*  No theory at all  -  it is the one and only correlation with a problem
that is common to a great many units.

  Not until the digital PCB gets very hot  * which is NEVER a good thing  *
is there any fault.


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**  It has been checked  -  plus  LG agree the problem is non simple and
offer only PCB replacement as a solution.


 Mr.T is a posturing clueless idiot and posting idiotic clichés  -  since he
totally lacks real insight.


**** Fuck off you stinking TROLL  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   ****





............   Phil



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Unless you have looked at the units, it IS a theory! Not that you would know
what one is anyway.

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Sure, they want the money.

The easiest fix MAY be to add a fan, but how hard is it to check exactly
where the excess heat is coming from and why?

Phil is a posturing clueless idiot and posting idiotic crap  -  since he
 totally lacks any brains.

MrT.



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So a dead VBE multiplier should be replaced by a fan :-)
Good one Phil!

MrT.



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"Mr.T"  Asinine Criminal Liar"

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**  A dead Mr. T could be replaced by a stale dog's turd.

    With improvement all round.





...........   Phil





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But it would take a full septic tank to replace Phil, dead or alive.

MrT.



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"Nathan L,"
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** Whadya reckon about  "Bettina Fink "  -  eh   ???

 A buxom, blonde Arian babe with waist length plats ??

 Knee high patent leather boots too ??

 Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr........




...........  Phil






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  Liar  , the correct fix is the one to use , not some butcherous bit of
home carpentry .
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I would agree with Phil on trying the fan in this situation, and have
a strong feeling that this is very likely to solve the OP's problems.
computer fans are very cheap now - so its not much of a risk to try.

VCD, and now DVD processor ICS in my opinion run WAY too hot for
comfort, and I cant recall many that had ANY heatsinking on them.

Have seen too many problems (especially intermittents that are hard to
trace) in the past caused by heat.  Lowering their temperature lowered
faults dramatically.

The device may  be running within spec when in the design labs
"average room temperature" test, (ie: ideal conditions), but put the
thing in the average consumers closed tv cabinet along with other
gear, and/or in a home without air conditioning in summer - and the
device soon is running over spec - and faults are happening

Bean counters certainly don't help in these situations, and with many
of these "ultra cheap supermarket" consumer electronics, I would
imagine trimming costs even by the .001 cent where it can be done
would be vital to profitabilty  :(

Another problem could easily occur over time as dust slowly blocks or
restricts the units air ventilation slots, or even accumulates on the
IC itself as well - creating an insulation layer that makes proper
ventilation impossible.  in hotter parts of Australia in summer -  it
would only multiply the problems

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if possible, proper heatsinking is preferred rather than a fan - but
in many cases like PC processors that develop huge amounts of heat (or
other devices  with multiple heat sources scattered over a PCB) it
isn't always practical, and many times more of a pain to fit into a
product after it has been designed and built

 


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I could agree with some of that and I guess that's why there aren't many LG
products in US Wal-Marts.

This is too cheap for them.



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