Question about Toshiba 32A41 32" TV
Do I need to remove the large cover from the back of the TV to access the infared eye, or does the thin silver cover,( housing), for the infared eye, channel, and volume controls snap or pop off? That would seem to be the easiest access point. Thank you
I F sensor went out on mine. Apparently the unit is about ten bucks, but labor is $60 and house call is $65. Can this be done by an ordinary guy with a bit of skills and if so where can the part and instructions be found?
Yes, the back needs to be removed and the main board slides out to gain access to the IR sensor. Usually, the sensor itself is fine, the connections can get broken. Try resoldering the 3 pins for the sensor first. That alone may resolve the problem.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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