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Tv joseph. Please give me more info as to how I locate/ repair the connection. What equip. if any is needed? Are there any diagrams available to help describe the faulty part? You can contact me directly at uirons@yahoo.com

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  • uirons Dec 06, 2008

    As I probe the board, when I hit the cold connection will the set shut off or will it just effect the picture quality? When I find the cold connection, can this be re-soldered or do I replace circut board? Thanks Dave

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Setup unit so you can monitor pict from behind. carefully probe pc boards  with insolated tool. start in large area. try to narrow down to small area. down to componet area. can be very time consumeing. odds are will be cold solder connection.

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  • joe wertenberg Dec 06, 2008

    any change is bad. if you can resolder repair great if not replace.

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