Question about Orion1934 19" TV
It is part of a larger component, can i solder it back on?
If you can solder yes.
i use a specil fux .
you can make it your self works well for this job use a 2 pary joy dishwashing sope to 1 part denatured alc.
and make shure you have a cabel conected to the part or it will over heat and melt inside. also need to take side of tuner off to solider the inside conection back inplace.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
This connector is either mounted right on the tuner or on a small interface box that plugs into the tuner (depends on the model). It can be soldered back into place, but it's not an easy job unless you have the tools and experience with electronic soldering. The connector itself requires high heat to get the connector shell and area where it's mounted hot fast enough to make the connection. This means a soldering gun in the 150-watt range (Weller 8200 is the ol' standard). Then there is also the connection to the center contact which needs to be repaired, and this needs a lower-heat iron. You may also need some light-gage wire to make the connection if the original tab is too short to reach back where it originally went (and usually it is). If the connector was part of the tuner, you'll need to get the tuner open to make the repair, and this sometimes means removing it from the circuit board. You may be able just to pop the cover off and reach the connections; again, depends on the set. I'm not familiar with this model so I can't tell for sure. It sounds like a lot of work, and it can be, but it is certainly possible. (In my road service days we usually saw one or two of these every day. The cable company guys were famous for overtightening their connector and breaking the TV. Or customers would trip over a cable and yank it loose. Our charge was about $60 including the trip.)
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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