How do you get this board out when I pull up on it it seems the whole circuit board that it attaches to wants to lift up.. this hypercard is it th eone in the silver box directly behind the greeen cicuit board? and where to I send this thing to have it rebuilt?
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Thats almost always caused by the surface mount capacitors which get weak on the hyper board. Hyper boards are going to be hard to find. But the capacitors can be replaced which will usually solve the issue. However it will require precise soldering skills to do the repair.
Tv have convergence problems.Ur tv have a "Hyper board" the tv Hyper board convergence are dead on it.The 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all it resistors are dead.Must changes these parts to solved the convergence problems.The shop will cost u $300-350 for parts and labors.
this is a very common problem in a lot of Toshiba sets of this type----bad caps(filter capacitors) on the "Hyper" board---it processes all signals in the set---it will start out where it clears up after warmup and as time goes by it will take longer and longer to clear up----the board is no longer available and the only way to repair is remove the one in the set and send it out for rebuild---most of the time this costs 3-4 hundred parts and labor(not worth doing)
A board called the Hyper Module has gone flaky. It needs to be pulled and a whole bunch of electrolytic capacitors need to be changed inside it. I have done many of these repairs before and the usual cost is around $250 to $300. The set is well worth the repair.
I just did a repair on one of these. Check your picture-on-picture. If the the secondary picture is clear, chances are very good the problem is on the "hyper board". We d not replace the hyper board - we repair it. The board is very expensive and rarely, if ever, available. There are several parts in the module that need replaced, but these are definitely not user replaceable. They are very small surface mount components and even I have lifted a copper or trace or two doing these. It is tedious work but our repair bill was well below $300. It is also something I do not do in the home and taking it to the repair facility is a money saver. I did go to the home on this one and remove the board to the shop, however they only lived a few miles away so the service call was low priced. Hope this helps...