This just happened to me (automatic renewal). I did not get any prior emails indicating this would happen. This is a good website and $12 isn't huge but I'm not using this right now and was surprised it just automatically renewed. I don't think it should work that way. Please advise how to turn off auto-renewal so this does not happen again next year. Thanks.
I bought (4) MCZ3001DB chips + sockets for ~ $20 on Ebay. Two were used for the repair this past March and two are ready for the next time. The seller on Ebay was expressparts and I had no issues - parts came on time, were well packaged, and worked. I just did a search for MCZ3001DB and they are still available from same seller. Good luck. If you want to send me a private message with your email I'll send you some notes from the repair. http://cgi.ebay.com/LOT-TWO-2-MCZ3001DB-MCZ3001D-IC-18-PIN-SOCKET-/370255504974?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_ ..
I could really use some advise. I'm getting ready to desolder the two MCZ3001DBs. I think there are solder bridges (or small wires) off pins 2, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 18. I can't really tell if the on off pin 9 is a board etching or a wire. I could ohm it out if that won't create any problem. This is IC6501 Similarly on IC8002 with pins 4, 5, 9, (10 and 18 seem to be solder bridges) : I downloaded a schematic and it's close but not matching exactly so maybe a rev level or maybe my eyes decieve me. Is there anything spec ..
Hi, I've been reading through the threads discussing failure to powerup and the standby LED blinking (7 times in my case). The common cause is IC8002 and/or IC6502 (MCZ3001DB) failures, and to replace these with sockets and new ICs. For reference I have a KV40XBR800 purchased in December 2003. It failed once ~ 2006 and didn't powerup at all - no indication of power - and was fixed for free during the extended 5 year warranty (and unfortunately I don't know what they did). This time it's my problem and paying $550 for someone to come fix it makes no ..
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