Question about Toshiba 57H82 57" Rear Projection Television

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Wavvy lines, wiggy

We have a 57H82 Toshiba set about 4.5 years old. Asking if it easy to take the metal box apart and does the new HYPERBOARD pop in. Easy to replace those 16v/10uf caps or best to buy the board. If so how much would the board cost?.

From good ol Vancouver, B.C. Canada



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    i have a similar problem with my toshiba 42hdx82 there seems to be a problem with the vertical pixels this is because when using touch focus i can see wavy lines in the vertical alignment bars

    is there any other solution other than opening up the tv and tampering with its harware



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Dougers, I am next door, in Alberta. I have fixed my hyperboard by replacing the surface mount caps myself in my workshop for a fraction of the cost of a replacement board.
See my other thread for more information.

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The hyper board part #23148024 is NLA.  There are 2 solder tabs on each side of the board that have to be usoldered from the signal board and then the hyper board will unplug.  I do not recommend changing the capacitors as they are surface mount and it is very easy to damage the board beyond repair.  PTS electronics will repair the board for you but will not do so if the board has already been damaged.  I have one in stock.

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