Question about Televison & Video
but now there is no picture at all!! I desoldered the old ones and soldered in the new ones. I might have made a mistake in the picture snapping the black wires in the correct spot. You there are two black wires with a yellow piece at the end. One from the board and one from a black plastic tube labeled rfc-8 which i thought went to the back of the tv with the wire clipping on the side of the tv. I may be right with both of them but i am getting sound with absolutely no picture. THe menu box cant even appear. Help!!!
Those wires are ground wires they don't matter where you hook them up....there is a wire that comes off the trippler (the pice that hangs off the metal that holds the tubes and has the 4 big red wires plugged into it) and plugs into the deflection board is that plugged in?
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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You will need desoldering braid or wick to remove the old solder from legs of chips, Ensure no solder is sticking any of the legs to the pcb.
Once done remove screws or clip holding chip to heat sink & remove the chip. If chip is stuck to heat grip it with pliers & work it loose then remove.
Remember to put new heat sink compound on the backs of the new chips when fitting.
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