Question about LG 32LK330 TV
Posted by Anonymous on
This information should be on the side of the capacitors themselves. -Steve
Now that we know that the capacitors seem to have been glued to the PCB with the required information concealed, great care MUST be taken so as not to damage the board. My next question would be to ask what reason would you have to suspect the capacitor(s) to be faulty? Is there physical damage to the case? I would STRONGLY recommend not using a heat gun to attempt removal of any component from a printed circuit board. The heat these generate is easily enough to lift the copper runs putting you into an entirely new world of hurt. I would suggest desoldering first with a low-power iron (less than 15W) THEN a fine X-acto type blade to work the component free.
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
Testimonial: "ONE WOULD THINK SO AND ASSUMPTIVELY, WE ARE RIGHT; HOWEVER, IF INDEED THAT INFO IS ON THE SIDE, ITS THE SIDE GLUED FIRMLY TO THE PCB ITSELF. UNSOLDERED, I STILL HAVE TO USE A HEAT GUN FOR REMOVAL. DAMAGE TO THE BOARD IS NOT AN OPTION FOR A ASPIRING TECH. I'LL UPDATE WHEN I'VE MADE THE INSTALL."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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