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My new TEAC PC-D880 radio/cd player drains its batteries even when it's connected to a home power supply.

As far as I am aware, most units that operate from 220 volt DC as well as from batteries, disconnect the batteries automatically when connected to a mains outlet. However, this unit drains its batteries in no time even when connected to the mains meaning that it continues to draw power from the batteries even when this is not required. This is costly and is nuisance, having to remove the batteries every time when mains power is available.

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Karl Whisenand

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SOURCE: LG 42KK Power Supply Schematic Requested

you won't find any just ,

use a thermal probe or thermal gun as heat is likely the issue ,
if nothing else replace the main diode /rectifier and caps.
I find that if I replace the hottest items that usually the fix


if there is room for a small fan you will be doing them a great service and extend the life of the tv.

you may find some info on the power supply from one of these links they are generic enough
http://www.pacificdisplay.com/links.htm


Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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Lee A.

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SOURCE: Remove CD Magazine - No power to unit!

Hi,
You will need to power the unit to eject the cartridge you only need a 12v source, any car battery etc. Then you just do it like you always do it. It is correct that it is not operating without power.
Wish there was an easier way for you, but hooking it up to power is not to difficult.
Good luck and if you need any other info on the device let me know,
Lee

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

drlalitv

Lalit Varadpande

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SOURCE: Power supply light LED turns RED.

the problem must be with the step down transformer,it must not be adequate for the xbox power needs..an option would be to buy a proper transformer from play-asia.com at http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-er-49-en-70-1pnk.html (i buy my games there,they are good)
which city are u from?perhaps i can find out where u can get the power brick..regards

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

Jesrey Paco-in

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SOURCE: Back UPS Model # BK200C salvageable?

Yes you right you can just use it as surge protector, but it would be better if you gonna buy a battery for that unit aleast you got a back up in the event of power outage.

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Unit crashes then will not restart after being unresponsive.

After removing the battery, I discovered a small brass reset button, about 3 mm in diameter, near the battery connection terminal. This was gently pressed with a pen for 15 seconds. After refitting the battery, the unit was fully functional again. This reset results in needing to set the clock again. No other settings are affected.

Posted on Jan 09, 2010

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