Question about Toshiba 26WL46 26 in. LCD Television
If you are electrically minded I cant think of another solution apart from to open the set and de-solder the socket from the board and then you might be able to gain better access to the stuck pin. Some of the sockets are open at the back enabling you to poke something through the gap so you might be one of the lucky ones. Please remember to take all necessary precautions while working on the tv especially the discharging of capacitors as a spark from one of those could do a lot of damage to the tv or yourself. If you open up the set and it looks too complicated please dont feel like you have failed just put it back together and find a competant technician. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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