Question about RCA D52W19 52" Rear Projection Television
You will need a good quality soldering station, some solderwick to remove the solder from the transformer's pins on the underside of the circuit board. You can also use a solder removing tool but its a costlier device. You will have to remove many connectors and screws to free up the board so that you can access the underside of the board. You will also have to disconnect the anode lead from the high-voltage divider block, making sure the TV is unplugged and that there is no charge left in the CRTs.
If the preceding paragraph reads like greek to you, don't attempt to do this yourself!
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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