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WG d9200 adjust
« on: December 13, 2015, 03:03:19 pm »
Hello all, just a quick question on a possible adjustment on the WG d9200 flat screen monitor, the top and bottom of the screen is not perfectly straight, it's hard to explain but it waves slightly inward on the left and right corners and slightly outward in the middle of the screen, this is mirrored for the top and bottom. I don't know what the technical explanation, but is this adjustable to straighten out?Thanks
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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2015, 04:31:34 pm »
pincushion and trapezoid will probably need adjusting

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2015, 08:52:17 pm »
That doesn't seem to get it. Exactly what pincushion does to the sides is what I need to adjust top and bottom.

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2015, 01:47:34 am »
do you mean you have pincushion on the vertical?
do you have a photo of the problem?

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2015, 11:52:10 am »
So at the top and bottom of my screen if you are looking directly at the monitor I have a slight pincushion effect. However when I adjust the "pincushion" or "trapezoid" via the monitor menu controls it only effects the left and right sides not the top and bottom. Does this make sense? I could post a pic but I'm not at home right now.

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #5 on: December 14, 2015, 12:58:01 pm »
A "vertical pincoushion" is not common. A pic would help.

Did you eventually tuned the vertical size pot? An image slightly vertically oversized could appear "vertically pincoushoned"...

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #6 on: December 14, 2015, 03:13:39 pm »
I don't see a vertical size pot, which one is that? Also I recently did a cap kit, left all the low voltage and low uf caps alone, as I did not find any of the larger ones that were out of spec so I left the small ones. Speaking of which my chassis had drastically different caps than what was listed on the kit, i figured it was just a newer revision.


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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #7 on: December 14, 2015, 03:38:43 pm »
Maybe the raster rotation pot?

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #8 on: December 14, 2015, 05:28:26 pm »
we can keep guessing until you put a photo up

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #9 on: December 14, 2015, 11:38:51 pm »
Not sure if you can see it from this pic.

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #10 on: December 15, 2015, 12:49:17 am »
Weird: there's some error mounting caps or an out of specs one in my opinion... complete your cap replacement first and start from there. Rolling back to old caps could be an option to troubleshoot the issue if you replaced only few of those factory caps.
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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #11 on: December 16, 2015, 01:03:32 am »
that is not a common fault,i have rarely seen this and i work on many monitors
i have seen this only when there has been a yoke mismatch but that is unlikely in your case,another possibility could be the yoke itself has become damaged internally which is common on digital wells chassis when the crt insulation paint flakes off onto the yoke and starts to corrode it in spots
the only way you can prove that is yoke or chassis is to swap in a known good chassis

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #12 on: December 17, 2015, 11:44:43 am »
I won't have access to a good known chassis. Would you suggest I go through all the caps? It is not bad enough to do anything more than that I don't think. I can live with it.

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #13 on: December 18, 2015, 01:30:43 am »
you can only improve the chassis by changing the caps so it's a worthwhile venture

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #14 on: December 18, 2015, 01:53:47 am »
Agreed, it's odd thing is the cap kit I bought is not even close to many of the caps that are in my unit. Most had the white goo holding them in, so I'm assuming it's factory. I would also assume my chassis is a different revision of the 9200.

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #15 on: December 18, 2015, 02:57:41 am »
there were 2 versions of d9200,the common one we see in the u.k is d9204 and was used in global vr nfs and raw thrills fnf

that is glue holding the caps in place,they all have this

i will give you an example of oddball faults caused by bad caps,this week i repaired a d9204-original fault not powering on.I found the flyback was faulty and after replacing it the monitor powered on with a good picture,when i pressed the menu button on the remote the screen would demag and shut off for a second-this was down to the caps next to where the remote plugs in on the chassis.It took quite some time to prove this as I was convinced it was an ic fault at first

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #16 on: January 20, 2016, 12:00:42 am »
Strange mine is quite a bit different than what comes with the standard Bob Roberts cap kit for this chassis. Maybe a different revision. I'm pretty sure the caps from mine are original from factory as they had the white goo still on them. For a few examples I had the following different caps installed. For the most part the voltages were higher than what comes with the cap kits but I did not want to drop to a lower voltage. The exception is c826 & c827, which have a drastic capacitance difference as well as the voltages.

C104 47uf 25v
C223 22uf 63v
C306 2200 35v
C314 2200uf 25v
C401 10uf 100v BP
C422 22uf 63v
C425 47uf 35v
C466 470uf 63
C810 220uf 35v
C826 390uf 200v
C827 390uf 200v

Maybe this info can help somebody out. Here is the standard cap list for the WG d9200.

C215 - 100uF 16v
C223 - 22uF 50v
C224 - 100uF 16v
C227 - 100uF 16v
C229 - 100uF 16v
C230 - 100uF 16v
C231 - 10uF 250v
C232 - 33uF 250v
C235 - 100uF 16v
C240 - 100uF 16v
C246 - 10uF 250v
C250 - 10uF 50v
CH03 - 22uF 50v
CH05 - 22uF 50v
C101 - 100uF 16v
C102 - 100uF 16v
C103 - 100uF 16v
C104 - 47uF 16v
C104 - 47uF 16v
C110 - 100uF 16v
C111 - 1uF 50v
C112 - 1uF 50v
C113 - 1uF 50v
C114 - 100uF 16v
C115 - 1uF 50v
C116 - 1uF 50v
C117 - 1uF 50v
C118 - 1uF 50v
C121 - 10uF 50v
C306 - 2200uF 25v
C308 - 220uF 50v
C314 - 2200uF 16v
C317 - 1uF 50v
C318 - 2.2uF 50v
C324 - 1uF 50v
C329 - 100uF 16v
C401 - 10uF 50v (BP)
C402 - 4.7uF 50v
C407 - 100uF 16v
C409 - 1uF 50v
C411 - 47uF 50v
C414 - 220uF 16v
C415 - 1000uF 16v
C417 - 22uF 250v
C418 - 47uF 50v
C422 - 22uF 50v
C425 - 47uF 25v
C433 - 100uF 16v
C445 - 47uF 50v
C447 - 10uF 250v
C451 - 10uF 250v
C452 - 47uF 50v
C458 - 47uF 50v
C466 - 470uF 25v
C472 - 10uF 50v
C806 - 33uF 25v
C807 - 470uF 250v (Filter)
C808 - 470uF 250v (Filter)
C810 - 100uF 25v
C813 - 10uF 50v
C814 - 10uF 50v
C820 - 10uF 50v
C823 - 470uF 25v
C826 - 100uF 200v
C827 - 470uF 50v
C828 - 2200uF 16v
C832 - 100uF 16v
C834 - 100uF 16v
C838 - 220uF 16v
C839 - 10uF 250v
C844 - 4.7uF 400v
C847 - 470uF 25v
C901 - 10uF 50v
C904 - 47uF 50v
C905 - 10uF 50v
C907 - 100uF 25v

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Re: WG d9200 adjust
« Reply #17 on: June 09, 2016, 02:53:37 pm »
Hello all, just a quick question on a possible adjustment on the WG d9200 flat screen monitor, the top and bottom of the screen is not perfectly straight, it's hard to explain but it waves slightly inward on the left and right corners and slightly outward in the middle of the screen, this is mirrored for the top and bottom. I don't know what the technical explanation, but is this adjustable to straighten out?Thanks

I'm late to this party but.... there is a rotation control on the main board, center rear. I see no reference to it on here, have you tried adjusting that???

  
 

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