Question about Toshiba 42H81 42" Rear Projection Television
I've researched solution for blue out of convergence, and the first fix seems to be replacing the chips. I need to remove the chassis to gain access to the bottom of the main board to unsolder the chips. Here is the question: There are big red wires that look like they carry a lot of voltage. They go from the chassis up to the tubes. I remember from years ago working on typical TV's that there was a bucket load of residual high voltage. I need to disconnect these in order to remove the chassis. If the tv is unplugged, is there a shock hazard? I have a service manual for the model, but it doesn't address this .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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