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Hyper board rebuild tosiba 50h82

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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There is a place in indiana that rebuilds them pts electronics 1800-844-7871 they are very quick

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    peggy hodgin Dec 31, 2008

    You will remove the whole board with the hyper module on it turn it over and take a soildering gun and remove the soilder from the legs on the metal case which has the hyper board in will straighten the legs and pull the board off.



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this website is an open forum and any one can post comments on specific problem according to his / her knowledge and experience.

Please mention complete URL to see whom you are talking about on 50H82 TV issue.

Is that Hyper Board what you want to repair, as mentioned in picture...


I have Toshiba 50H81 service manual and can email you if you wish.

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Part # 23148024 PTS rebuild only.......core first.expensive....

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