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Toshiba 50H82 with wavy lines at the top when in HD mode

Hello,

I see your knowledgeable posts on the hyperboard and the 10uF caps that often need to be replaced. I just have an old soldering iron and I don't think I'm ready to take on surface mount soldiering on a board that I want to work again.

Do you think my symptoms would be fixed by replacing the board or even just the caps? My specific symptoms are that when the TV first comes on the picture is wavy and jittery. In regular definition, after a few minutes of warm up, the picture becomes perfect. But using the HD inputs the top of the screen has horizontal wavy lines that decrease as the set warms but never go completely away. The top three inches of the screen, or so, have persisitant horizontal wavy lines no matter for how long the set has been on.

Do you service the boards? Could I remove the board and send it to you for repair? Is it better to just replace the hyperboard? Do you think I should sack-up, get a descent solderiing iron, and do it myself?

Your counsel would be apprciated.

Thanks!

Rick Bentley
(fixya at thebentleys dot com)

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  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    Hi,


    I have the same problem with my 50H82. bewebster, have you sent your hyperboard the guy on Ebay?

    Phil

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Found this person on eBay who repairs the hyperboard for $75 quickly with very positive feedback.
http://myworld.ebay.com/kcarrigan/
I have the same problem and will probably send mine after the holidays.

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