Question about RCA F36650 36" TV
If you have never worked on anything eletrical or electronic before, it may be a bad idea, there is very hi voltage in side the tv even if it has been unpluged for days. Unless you aready know about the dangers as well as how to safly dischare it i would just get a new tv. A new tv is much cheaper then getting eltrocuted. As far as actully putting one in, it isnt to bad, u need a good soldering gun, soldier, and a desoldering tool. Its definaty not plug and play there is work to get it solderd in there at least 20 solderng connections. If you have never soldered then its not worth the risk. if you have the eltronics safty know how, then its maybe a 35 minute job
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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