Question about Sharp 25R-S100 25" TV
How do I replace the outlet coaxial outlet unit on the back of the unit? I opened up the television to see that it has been soldered pretty well to the board. I know that the board is sensitive and I don't want to mess anything up. I bought the replacement piece but am not sure how to remove the old one to replace it with the new one? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
I assume that you pulled the F connector out of the back of the TV. In most Sharps, the F connector is attached directly to the tuner, which is the rectangular silver metal box soldered to the main PC board. Did you buy a replacement F connector or the entire tuner? Either way, the tuner must be unsoldered from the main board and the new F connector is soldered into the old tuner or the new tuner is soldered in its place. If you do not have experience soldering PC boards then let a qualified tech handle it for you.
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