[757labs] Panasonic Plasma failed!
solareon at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 07:31:10 EDT 2011
Problem is when the power outage happen we dropped phases multiple times.
This caused a brownout style condition that a surge protector wouldn't be
able to help
On Apr 28, 2011 7:21 AM, "Steve Nelson" <snelson at webapper.com> wrote:
> Was that caused from a power surge or something else? Since there are so
> many electrical devices there, it might make sense to put a surge
> in the circuit panel. That would protect every power outlet in the office.
> think they only cost $25-50. Of course someone has to plug it in. Circuit
> panels always make me nervous, so... not it. :-)
> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 1:20 AM, <telmnstr at 757.org> wrote:
>> Bad news! Looks like the power blink the other night, or something else,
>> took out the Panasonic Plasma TV. This is the one on the wall near the
>> middle meeting area.
>> It was something that I board swapped to get working. I pulled out the
>> one to see what I replaced, and it was the Y sustain board. The SC board.
>> We've got a few options. One is the 50" set that BK hooked us up with,
>> we need to look up the weight specs. The wall the TV is hooked to is
>> questionable, and we don't want the TV to rip through the wall :-)
>> The other option is the 42" vizio. It's a nice TV for taking to trade
>> and stuff, since it's so lightweight.
>> I'm thinking we will investigate the 50" to see if it is 100 pounds or
>> with the base removed. If not, then think about mounting the vizio up
>> until something else comes along.
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