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This HYPER board for Toshiba tv now is really rare.Try website Ebay.com to find a refurbish one.Ur tv is having convergence problems?Colors R,G,B lines mis alignments,have colors shadows or 3D pictures look alike?U have all the tools and can do basic soldering?Yes,tries websites like Tvrepairworld.com,Tvrepairkits.com to buy a convergence kit to repair it ur self.Or the shop,will cost u like $300-$350 for parts and labors.
You have problem with caps on the Hyper Board. This is how to repair it:
MVPU13 Hyper Module Repair (23786198 / 23148017X)
Corrective Action: Remove the MVUP13 Hyper Module from the TV chassis, remove
the top shield and replace all of the 10uf, 16v capacitors using Part Number 24619040 It’s recommended that all of the capacitors identified be replaced. (Note: These capacitors are low impedance surface mounted aluminum electrolytic capacitors. Care).
GOOD luck, big IRISH.
should be taken to avoid damaging the PCB while replacing these capacitors.
To fix the shaky picture on the toshiba rear projection tv model number 42h83. You need to either replace the 13 capictors on the hyper module or simply replace the hyper module itself. It's cheaper to replace the caps, but you'll need decent soldering skills to do this. You can replace the entire hyper module with less soldering skills, but I believe the module costs about $100, maybe alittle more. You can find the entire fix by googleing "hyper module". Good luck and I hope this helps
Vertical IC, caps or the hyper board would be my guess. None of which you can do yourself without some serious electronics experience. You'll need to ESR test the caps in the vertical circuit first, then move-on to static testing the vertical IC. If either of these are the problem it's not too expensive. The Hyper Module is a different story, usually only replaceable as a module but you can also send them in for rebuild to PTS Electronics.
Mike I suppose it might be the Flex converter failing on you, you will probably want a repairman on this one, these are really complicated to work on and if there is about 5yrs of age on set it may need sent in for a rebuild on the flex.
the jittering will get worse with on time
this tv needs a hyper module and some are still available
id get a new hyper module or have it rebuilt
needs caps in the module
forget about doing this repair yourself
just like the guy on csi miami
"they never listen"