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Removing STK-392-110 chip

Trying to remove the STK-392-110 chips from the TV to replace them. Screws are removed but they seem to be glued in. Any suggestions on how to remove them without breaking anything else?

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  • bambam12 Mar 27, 2009

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    WHEN I TRIED PULLING IT OUT THE FUSE NEXT TO IT SMOKED AND NOW MY TV IS BLACK MAKING A TICKING NOISE . WHAT SHOULD I DO???? 2200 DOLLARS THE TV WAS.

  • Anonymous May 12, 2009

    WHAT ABOUT THE TV TURNING BLACK WOULD IT MAKE A DIFFERENCE IF I PUT NEW STK'S IN?

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Mine came off easy because they hardly used any thermal paste at the factory (doh!), but dont be afraid to pry them off. You have to get the "glue" off anyway, just dont bend the PC board or crack an edge when you do it. Try clamping the heat sink gently in a vice and use a tiny flat screwdriver and twist under the IC. Once unglued, you can bend the ICs away from the heatsink pretty far as you de-solder the pins. I would recommend you replace with the higher power chips (150s) also. They are identical in function but rated for higher power which might get you a few more years of life.
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Hi, they overheated and are really stuck to the heatsink compound you will have to use a flat blade screwdriver and a hammer and tap them until they break loose, be SURE to remove the old white heatsink compound before you apply the new compound to the new stk`s, you did purchase a tube of heatsink compound for the new stk`s right? No compound = cooked stk`s in 6 months, good luck, video-tek

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My TV too got a "bow" at the bottom of the screen. Seem like many suggested replacing this STK chip and also it's $10/each so I went ahead buy 2 to replace the 2 in my TV.

Below is a pic of the inside of my projector TV with the STK-392-110 circled in green and as you can see it is easy to ID due to the HUGE heat sink that it mount on to help dissipate the heat. (sorry for the small size since Fixya limit the file size to 150KB)

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O, and my brother offer his help which I found to be very useful. My 2 hands weren't enough to do this work.

4) Removed the 4 screws which I marked with the yellow arrow inside the pic.

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8) We had a little hard time putting the new chip in b/c a few pins bended a little and not align with the holes on board. And when added the compound to the chip, it made it even harder since now the chip need to stay away from the heat sink or else it'll stick to the heatsink. Finally we got the new chip in the holes on the PCB with the compound and all, so it just a matter of screwing the chip onto this heat sink.
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Cost for the two chips were $20 included shipping. Hey, it's a lot cheaper then buy new TV and only 2 chips trashed instead of the entire TV. Anyway, I think I knew which chip went bad. Because one chip had hardly any of the compound. This compound help the transfer of heat to the heat sink.

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if you can remove the rear panel assy. look for the convergence ic's they start with stk--- and you got the part number you need a source panasonic is 814 source and the number on the ic's stk 390 ----/

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