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Pin2000 sounds issue


By boo32

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

I had the computer in my pin2000 repaired. Prior to this, I have never had any sound problems. When I reinstalled the computer, I had no audio but lots of loud crackling. I had read that the crackling is caused by the wires being bundled. I unbundled the sound wires and this did not solve the problem.

In trying to figure out the problem, I realized that (1) the sound will not come on if the fluorescent light for the translight is not on and (2) the sound will come on as long as both my hands are touching the LCD frame that the fluorescent light on which the fluorescent light is mounted.

I tried running a wire from the ground straps to the LCD frame but there was no change. I don't see that there are any wires touching the LCD frame.

Any help or ideas? Thanks in advance.

#2 5 years ago

Morning bump

#4 5 years ago

Piparoo - things are properly connected and have been reseated, but I think you are heading in the right direction. I think I have an issue with the connector that connects the green and yellow wires to the front right of the comouter box into the audio amp. It is a white plastic connector with female metal sleeves in each of the six holes. Can someone point me to the proper name for this connector or where I can order it? Thanks Chris

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#6 5 years ago

Bill - thank you! There are lots of connectors and I wanted to get the exact connector.

2 months later
#9 5 years ago

Bump

#10 5 years ago

One more bump

#12 5 years ago

Thanks for the suggestion. I re set it and was still having the same trouble.

4 months later
#14 4 years ago

Thanks for the response. The only repair was a new power supply and updated ram. I have tracedall the wiring to the speakers and I think the issue is likely in the power supply. I have a new power supply on order.

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#16 4 years ago

Swapped in new power supply and all the problems went away

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