Question about Televison & Video
Are there any precaution I need to take (other than obvious) to move a Panasonic-PT-47WX53-47 HDTV-Television from one house to another.
Just be sure not to bump it real hard or be rough with it.
The circuit board and the crt's are a bit delicate.
You don't want to crack the circuit boards.
Otherwise, I have moved one recently and other than being a bit heavy and bulky, it went quite well.
Do not move it when there is rain, because water will damage components.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
replace the DG board which is the small board which plugs into the A Board ( on the left side looking in rear of the set) The DG is the board which lays flat on top of the A board. You can get the A board and the DG board combined at www.tvrepairworld.com They may sell it seperately if you inquire.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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