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Old 02-19-2016, 12:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Repairing an Ergoline main board

Many of you have experienced the black spot on the ergoline boards, and at $1000 I'm going to try repairing mine first. I'm having trouble finding the exact resistor that I need to put in. Does anybody know a part number or something like that? Here is the one I THINK I need, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/...UCIZHH6w%3D%3D

I have the problem (E102 code) isolated to just one of the resistors, but we are going to go ahead and replace them all just to be safe. Is there anything else we need to replace while we are in there?

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I've taken mine to a tv repair place and they replaced the resisters for $100. I've had 2 repaired. But afraid to try them :) I have one new board as a spare too. 650's.
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Ps, they installed larger ones saying stock ones not large enough.
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Ps. I could get you address of company if you wanted to send it to them?
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I appreciate the help sunrisetan, I have a tv repair guy of my own that will do the repair, we just need to make sure we are installing the exact right replacement part. If you can find it send me their number, might be worth a call at least. Thanks again!
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I believe Suntan Supply is now repairing them. Call Marty over there.
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Thanks Robert, I'll call this morning!
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Re: Repairing an Ergoline main board

I have repaired several with good success. I use one 54 ohm 1 or 2 watt resistors per run. I am lucky to have a surplus electronics store in Salt Lake City that buys surplus parts from local manufactures. I found a card of 20) 54 ohm resistors for $1. Also be sure to change out the capacitors. I have found many shorted and blowing up the resistors. Be careful not to disturb the surface mount diode. Check all work with a meter.
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To anyone looking in the future, following Utah Jake's advice I was able to "easily" solder a new resistor onto the board and the bed runs like a champ! Thanks
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I have repaired several with good success. I use one 54 ohm 1 or 2 watt resistors per run. I am lucky to have a surplus electronics store in Salt Lake City that buys surplus parts from local manufactures. I found a card of 20) 54 ohm resistors for $1. Also be sure to change out the capacitors. I have found many shorted and blowing up the resistors. Be careful not to disturb the surface mount diode. Check all work with a meter.
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Make that 54K or 54,000 ohm resisters. The computer ate the K. 54 ohm resistors will make a nice little explosion.
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