Repairing Toshiba TDP-S8 projector teardown

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Repairing Toshiba TDP-S8 projector teardown

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Repairing Toshiba TDP-S8 projector teardown The projector will not power on at all or unless you wait up to 10-30 minutes or more. The problem is solved by replacing the 3300 uF 10V capacitor. Repair cost me less than 1€ and took 2-3 hours of work.
 
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23 thoughts on “Repairing Toshiba TDP-S8 projector teardown

  1. Good video. Please help me. I have the same model. My lamp is good, I already did the lamp reset, but the lamp warning light turns itself on after 2 minutes and the projector turns off automaticly after 2 more minutes, What shall i do?

  2. 3 months using a brand new 58 inch Toshiba 58L1350UC and now it won't turn on. Called Best Buy and they said call Toshiba. I still have 9 months warranty. Toshiba said they need serial number before sending tech. 2 days later called back gave serial number and they said we will call you back in 3 days. They didn't call back. I called them back and had to repeat story from start. Then he says a tech will call you in 3 days. No one called me. I called back and they said we ordered parts because we have no parts in stock. I asked him how they know what part I need when no one even came to look at tv? He said he doesn't know. I asked to speak to Manager of Customer Service and he said ok….he will call you in 5 days! These people at Toshiba are a joke! 2 weeks has past of me begging them to come fix this $1000 piece of shit and they still can't even send a repair person or call me back! What kind of 1 year warranty is this? Anyway I learned my lesson….stick with Sharp or Samsung and pay a little more but stay far away from anything Toshiba!!!!!

  3. WHENEVER YOU SEE A ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR WITH THE TOP BULGED UP THAT IS A SURE SIGN THAT IT NEEDS REPLACING LIKE THE ONE IN THIS VIDEO…

    Mick

  4. The Yageo SEK series is a standard issue, 105 C degrees capacitor, and is not well-suitable for low-ESR purposes. It will work however, but will fail sooner than the original and during its lifetime, will provide poorly conditioned voltage, not very good for prolonged usage. Use SC, or SY series instead, as switchmode PSUs require low-ESR series as a mandatory.

  5. I have a Toshiba projector, it fell and now it won't power on, just makes this high-pitched noise. I tried replacing the fuse but no luck. What could be the problem?

  6. Hi, I have a projector epson powerlite s12+, it has less than 300 hours of use.
    While it is proyecting we can notice it loses power and the intensity of projection get down,
    then the projection goes normal. But it happens many times. What would be the possible cause?
    Thanks in advance.

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