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Phillips 60" Changing STK392-120 Removing board Model#60PP936H/17

The question I have is I have all of my screws out of my board and the board will move around freely. The fly back transformer which has 3 large leads and one small in the back needs to be diconnected. The set has been unplugged for about 12 hours. Do I need to remove these with insulated needle nose? I don't know how to discharge the transformer. I got lit up by one years ago trying to find a cold soder joint. This set is different it has spring clips on the IC's where they fasten to the heat sinks instead of screws and they are located more towards the middle of the board not the back like the post.

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  • mrscottydawg Dec 16, 2008

    Man this was very helpful! I have the board out and IC's removed now waiting on parts should be here tomorrow. The web site www.tvrepairkits showed my same set.

    Thank You very much!

  • mrscottydawg Dec 20, 2008

    Ordered and recieved my stk392-120 Ic's replaced both. Also removed one leg of each resistor and checked values, none of them were burned or open, none found bad. Hooked everything back up and reset convergence to factory then readjusted convergence. Still same picture all whites are greenesh color and blue convergence will not respond. This Tv is only like two years old and looks brand new on the inside, Any input would be great.

  • mrscottydawg Dec 21, 2008

    Thanks I'll try the resistors.

    Thanks

  • GARYBOKAMP2 May 11, 2010

    Which resistors do I need to replace when I replace the stk392-120's on my 60pp93-5217 rear projection? Please help. Want to replace why I have it out. Thanks, Gary

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Typicaly you can remove the SSB board on the left without having to remove the flyback wires. If however you are trying to remove the entire deck all at once you will need to remove the flyback wires as indicated. 

You do not need to use needle nose pliers. Goto the site www.TvRepairKits.com and click on the "Tips" menu. Under that section you will see instuctions on how to remove the HVG/flyback wires. 
Hope this helps,

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

  • Edward
    Edward Dec 20, 2008

    You need to replace all of the resistors even if they test ok with your meter. If you ordered a kit from www.TvRepairKits.com the resistors were included. 

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