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Desoldering STK392-110T Can you give me instructions on desoldering STK392-110 chipswithout damaging the board ? Thanks Tony

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How do you replace ic chips on Panasonic 52 inch hdtv projection?

Most IC's on circuit boards these days are of the surface mount variety. You will need special Desoldering Equipment to remove these chips, especially the one wth 100 or more pins, the type of equipment used in this process heats all sides of the chip at once while a small suction that grabs the chip for removal. Now the SIP chips (Single inline package). chips which usually consists of less then 20pins can be removed with a desoldering gun such as the HAko 880 desoldering gun. Or you can use a standard soldering iron and solder Wick, that can be found at Radio Shack under Soldering Braide).. These procedures are common for all IC replacement. I am asuming you are trying to remove the Convergence IC on this model, The two large Black one labeled STK-392-110, the correct and easy way to remove these is to remove the entire board from the unit and remove the two screws holdinf each one in place, Unsolder the pins of each one and remove the IC, reverse this process to reinstall them. Good soldering technique is critical here as you don't want to bridge pins together causing yourself more problems. Double check your soldering and Double check it again.

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radio shack has desoldering irons cheap. Send service manuals a email, they must have forgot. they will email the instructions right out to you and that should outline all that you need to do the repair

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If you have some basic soldering skills, this might be something you can do.
Search on google "how to solder and how to desolder" You tube seems to have very good instructional videos about it.
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You do have to take them off of the circuit board but.... unless you are good at soldering and desoldering I would leave this to the pro's, also on JVC's the resistors feeding the convergence IC's can be bad and will cause the new ic's you put in to immediatly fail. But if you do decide to do this repair I have a hint for you. Use STK392-150, this is the same part rated at a higher wattage so it will last longer. You can also request your servicer to upgrade them also. Hope this helps.

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