Question about Televison & Video
You can bypass the PIP module using two 4.7uf/50v electrolytic capacitors. The PIP module plugs into two connectors on the main board. Remove the PIP module, and on connector VP on the main board (the 11 pin connector), use one cap to jumper from pin 7 to 9 (negative lead on pin 9); and use the other cap to jumper from pin 5 to 11 (negative lead on pin 11). If the PIP module is bad, you will now have video.Just solder a length of insulated wire on the capacitor leads so they wont short out crossing over each other. just plug the lead wires directly into the main boards connector where you removed the PIP board.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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