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  1. Bill

    Bill Guest

    I have a Sanyo DS19330 TV that recently fell and the area where the
    Coax Tv cable is supposed to be connected it broken. The unit (tuner)
    needs to be replaced but I am having absolutely no luck trying to find
    the specific part. I have searched the web for hours (with a broadband
    connection too!) and have found nothing. Does anyone know where I
    might find a tuner specific to this Sanyo model TV. I have the info
    from the sides of the unit's casing if that would be helpful.

    Bill
     
  2. AshTray700

    AshTray700 Guest

    is the tuner completely wasted? usually the only way i find those parts is
    from a willing donor (make sure he has signed the back of his license!) if
    a jerk to the cable was the only thing that damaged it, i would try
    replacing the tip itslef and just resoldering, or you can just splice an
    old coaxil patch cable and solder it directly to the tuner pcb
     
  3. RonKZ650

    RonKZ650 Guest

    Before you buy a tuner make sure nothing else was damaged, the screen should
    still light up with snow. If not, there is additional damage and most likely
    not repairable. Sanyo boards are very brittle and break real easy. Any Sanyo
    parts distributer can get the tuner, but yours is probably easily repaired.
    Diversified parts in Oregon is pretty decent 800-338-6342
     
  4. And if it has an on-screen display with solid color screen, make sure there
    isn't serious color purity problems, indicative of a distorted shadowmask
    inside the CRT. The snow may not show that.

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  5. MarkC

    MarkC Guest

    When TVs get dropped picture tubes can get internally damaged & then the
    color will have a rainbow effect. If it has video & audio input then try
    that first & use it as a monitor. Also look for cracks around the tuner
    & flyback. The 19" TVs have come down in price to around $100 so it
    might not be worth installing a new tuner. Try calling Sanyo to see
    where you can get parts. Matt Electronics usually has low prices on
    tuners.

    "I have a Sanyo DS19330 TV that recently fell and the area where the
    Coax Tv cable is supposed to be connected it broken. The unit (tuner)
    needs to be replaced but I am having absolutely no luck trying to find
    the specific part. I have searched the web for hours (with a broadband
    connection too!) and have found nothing. Does anyone know where I might
    find a tuner specific to this Sanyo model TV. I have the info from the
    sides of the unit's casing if that would be helpful.
    Bill
     
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