Over the past few days, some of our readers have encountered a known error code with Event ID 10154, Error 8235. This problem is caused by many factors. Now we will discuss them.
Each drive voltage must be 6V. If both drives are available
Replace the non-rotating fan. However, if drive voltage is possible
Then in circuits like the ASU board, there is always no failed drive. Replace
Therefore, the other two fans (fans 2 and 3) are not visible,
You will use a DC fan drive and feedback voltage to test the fan
Be sure to check the fan feedback on CN2301/pins 5 and 7 of the ASU board.
NOTE: Complete the appropriate Drive for or Feedback flowchart course
Confirms the presence of the control voltage of the fan driving the control circuits
The ASU board is working properly and confirms that the fan is capable of receiving
Existing feedback confirms that the fan is working. Comments to
The fan voltage is 0.05V when the fan can rotate (normal operation).
When the fan is not spinning, the feedback voltage is much higher than 1V.
Replace the appropriate weight Silator if the reverse voltage is greater than 1 V.
When the power feedback is at the right level and the fans are spinning,
Exactly. In this dispute, the problem is in the DE microprocessor.
Lamp Driver Error (5 Times) (lamp Power Supply)
This error indicates a loss of the 12 kV high voltage (tube) output
ignition voltage) depends on the lamp control board. Required time
The goal of fixing this error is to successfully isolate one of the four domains.
When the lamp is fully open, it may cause the flash to move 5 times. Therefore
The very first component that eliminates all suspicion in the form is the lamp.
Visually check the defined spark gap on the lamp driver against the backlight of the board
when you turn on the TV for the first time. During normal operation, the spark gap
blinks approximately 5 seconds after pressing the power button and green LED
starts blinking. It should light up once and the lamp can light up normally.
If the spark gap is ï¬‚ flashes three times with a 20-second pause
Between this, the lamp reader works fine, and then this
Signed: Aug 04
I had the KF-60WE610 at home for about a month and started having issues about a month ago with a lamp not necessarily turning on when I turn on a particular TV. It always lit up gradually after repeated attempts to turn it on, which did not allow the lamp itself to go out (right?). This concern has only intensified over the past month. Can anyone enlighten some people about this and maybe suggest what I can do about this issue?
Registered: Jul 04
Yes, this is a known issue with Sony GWs released back in that precious time. If you let the situation develop, she will turn off your lamp.
I’ll see if I can find you a link…
Registered: Jul 04
Here are partners to help you get started…
https : //www.ecoustics.com/electronics/forum/home-video/5944.html
Personally, I have never encountered this problem – let’s knock on wood – but according to the text, as I read, this can be caused different things.
One problem is that the lamp cage is completely free. The repair is easy. All you have to do is take the lamp off and even put it back on, so everything is practically guaranteed to be waterproof. I think they found a problem at the factory that the lamp did not press against the cage for a while. They do things as fast as they can, you know, in Mexico. After a certain number of cycles, the lamp heats up to establish a connection. As far as I understand, this was mainly done in late 2003-early 2004.
Another problem is more serious. Sony has issued a recommendation for the device. I estimate that they need to remove about 9 different parts – boards, etc.
Anyway, good luck! Hope this helps…
Signed: August 04
Thanks VinDSL, personally I had no idea the problem was incredibly common. I think I’ll call Samsung!