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03.01.2016
The PSU + backlight inverter board, InnoLux ILPI 129 and similar, is found in quite a couple of OEM brands and models. Using a piece of plastic tubing as a 'stethoscope' I localized the loudest spot of the noise right between the two transformers where the low-voltage sides meet. After drying the washed transformers I'll insert them inversed, I mean upside down so I might see some arcing. The transformer on the left of the picture, the high voltage windings looks black, or is it shadow? Hmm, not sure sure at this point why you are hearing arcing sound unless the PWM is running at the wrong frequency.
I mentioned above I could get a pair of SPW-136 transformers for about $7.50 from Aliexpress. You're right, Budm, the inverter frequency is too low, otherwise I wouldn't hear it at all. Now that I'm back to this forum with another case I stumbled across my old thread of January this year and I'd like to give some feedback. Have you ever finished a concert or left a nightclub and heard a ringing, whistling or hissing noise in your ears. The sound can range from very quiet background noise to a disturbing loud noise. It can be intermittent or continuous, and can vary in loudness.
It will usually go away after a day or so but sometimes, particularly if you are often in loud noise, it will not.
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Quiet uneventful, relaxing music, a fan or a water feature at bedtime can help distract from the tinnitus sound. We can also help with inexpensive devices that produce environmental sounds, and these are particularly useful at bedtime.


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North London Hearing has been awarded the Phonak Premium Partner mark in recognition of the high level of service they provide to their clients. Could anyone tell me what hissing from the left side of the engine (when looking at it from the front of the car, cambelt side) might be that continues for about a second or two after engine switch off? Doesn't sound normal if you had a leak in the breather vacuum system like the fmttuhose(forge) then perhaps your hearing manifold vacuum, can you video and YouTube it? Checked those pipes Sandy and my fingers didn't get sucked off, I guess i'll go with WAK and hope it's normal haha.
You know OP, it could be the sound of the belts running, my car has a similar sound just in between the charge pipe and those hoses Sandy pointed out, however no boost leaks have been found.
Gonzalo1495 wrote:You know OP, it could be the sound of the belts running, my car has a similar sound just in between the charge pipe and those hoses Sandy pointed out, however no boost leaks have been found.
Wak wrote:The leak test I usually do would find it leaks in a few minutes where are you basedI'm based in Manchester WAK, which is why I'm trying to make sure everything is sorted before I come down to you for a Map. Underneath the transformers on the soldering side of the board there's a parallel group of three 2.2 uF ceramic capacitors (according to service manual) of which one was broken. Aliexpress lists a pair of SPW-136 transformers for about $7.50 but China is 4-6 weeks away. Having tinnitus does not mean you will automatically have hearing loss but it is advisable to have your hearing checked.
Just some white residue of what I thought must be soldering flux underneath the board but only in the lower voltage department.


So I connected four dummy loads each consisting of a couple of series and parallel resistors totalling about 120kOhms plus a little glow lamp as a voltage indicator.
I've seen bottom views of this kind of transformers during my searches showing the open windings. Although benzine is not a good solvent for rosin I'm afraid the it could have dissolved and deposited part of the rosin at the high voltage windings.
I first thought of HV creepage and sprayed some clear acrylic laquer on and under the HV area of the board. Now I cut the 'high' terminals from the CCFL jacks and wired them directly to the transformers.
I could see a continous 'spiky' waveform on a friend's oscilloscope for a few seconds, then a few seconds pause, then the waveform again with the pulsewidth modulation kicking in. I even localized a 'noisy hotspot' at an unpopulated area of the PCB close to the high-voltage lines. Should I use alcohol to dissolve the rosin residues and then benzine again to get rid of the alcohol?
I also unsoldered the parallel capacitors and the HV side of the sensing capacitors from the PCB and connected them to the new HV wires. The source of the hissing sound, however, appeared to be the high-voltage department of the board. On power-up the inverter starts with a relatively clear and stable sinus tone of a few kilohertz. After about 2 seconds it stops and after about 2 more seconds it starts again with that chirping hiss.



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