Question about Televison & Video
First of all the capacitors are located on the main board and power supply board of the tv.to remove the capacitors you should have few tools
1)the hot soldering gun.
2)the soldering iron device.
3)the soldering flux
now the procedure to remove the capacitor is as follows:
first of all apply flux cream on the pins of the capacitor which are fitted on the board.oly apply the flux cream on that capacitor pin which you want to remove,not on all capacitors.then with the hot soldering gun spray the hot air on the part of the board where the capacitor is actually fixed.after that with soldering iron device just move the capacitor pins to make it loose.then with the help of plier grap the capacitor and pull it back,it will be removed slowly.
the required parts for removing the capacitor will be available at any local electronics hard ware store
or you canm also get this at
this will help you.
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Posted on May 29, 2009
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