Question about RCA HD52W59 HDTV Projection Television
If they are the surface mount capacitors, you have to heat up each end and use a solder wick. Be careful as you don't want to heat up the components near the caps you are replacing. The surface mount components have a dab of paste to attach them to the board during manufacturing that holds them in place until they are soldered by a machine. Once you remove the solder on both ends you need to use a pair of long handeled tweezers to actuallt grip the componen, heat up rapidly both sides while slightly twisting the component, but being very careful as to not destroying the printed circuit traces. Its best to use a magnifying lamp to look through while doing this process. Good luck : )
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
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