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How do you pop-out the screen for cleaning? - JVC AV-65WP74 Rear Projection Television

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  • Cazzzmo Feb 09, 2008

    Drummernick - do you know more about this model?? I have convergence issues that I've yet to post on this forum.

  • Cazzzmo Feb 09, 2008

    yes, I've already both of the STK-110 ''chips'' professionally replaced but that didn't fix the problem. Its actually worse now in that both red and blue wont line-up whereas before it was only the red gun. I took the board to my local TV guy to have him do the soldering (i bought the new STKs on ebay, they might've been el cheapos). He said he didn't see any resistors burnt out or anything. I suppose you're right. The whole board needs replacing. Don't get any signal to the red beam anymore either. any suggestions? where to get a board?? my TV guy is retiring . . . he basically shut the doors last week so he's not really an option.

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Uslay insde has screws holding it in then slide up

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    nick helpap Feb 09, 2008

    YA WELL THAT USALLY IS THE BOARD I WOULD GET NEW ONE thats best bet thx nick

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    nick helpap Feb 09, 2008

    ya get newer young guy in ther to work on new stuff for u form good tech place gota cheak parts dial it in form inside

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