From: Jorge Lorenzo Flores Garza (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Nov 23 2009 - 15:06:39 PST
Thanks a lot, Tony. Great, explanation. I'll give it a try. I appreciate your suggestions.
> Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 15:36:12 -0500
> From: email suppressed
> Subject: Re: Sound on EIKI EX-2000N
> To: email suppressed
> A guess:
> This is probably a heat effect-- some part in the electronics is slowly heating
> beyond its rated specifications, and needs to be replaced. You fix this with a
> soldering iron and a can of spray coolant (available at electronics repair parts
> places, or Radio Shack). You expose the electronics and turn the thing on
> (careful not to get electrocuted!), then wait till it starts malfunctioning. Then
> carefully begin spraying (freezing) the electronic parts, one at a time, until
> you hit the one that is broken-- at which point the problem goes away, and you
> solder in a replacement. No need to remove the old part, if you can clip all of
> its leads but one.
> On Mon 11/23/09 2:26 PM , Jorge Lorenzo Flores Garza email suppressed sent:
> > Hello, everyone. I am working on some 16mm screenings in Mexico
> > and it is hard to find sound projectors. I have an EIKI EX-2000N
> > (xenon). Really good projector, but the sound is flaking on me. It
> > starts ok and seems like it heats up or something and after some 10
> > minutes it just distorts completely. Anyone has an idea of why that
> > is happening?
> > Appreciate any hints!!
> > Thanks,
> > Jorge L.
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