DLP TV reliability – what next?
Kirk and Fred discussing our nature to seek root causes even with home appliances.
Join Kirk and Fred as they discuss moving into new residences and the issues that have occurred in home appliances. Some failures are partial and may be tolerable for some period of time as the failure mechanism begins to cause more pixel failures. In any case, the wear out failure of the DLP television is acceptable because newer 4K televisions make 1080 HD televisions technologically obsolete. They also discuss FA of a home PC and the problems with aluminum electrolytic capacitors.
- Fred’s recent moves to new homes and some home appliance reliability issues
- Failure of Texas Instruments DLP (DLP) after a decade of use
- Some issues with Al E capacitors and technological obsolesence
Enjoy an episode of Speaking of Reliability. Where you can join friends as they discuss reliability topics. Join us as we discuss topics ranging from design for reliability techniques, to field data analysis approaches.
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