I'm looking for the main (largest) circuit board, it's located at the bottom of the tv and it has the exteranl connections. There is a large item attached to the right hand side that is heavy compared to the board and when the TV fell this broke the corner of the PC board. Everything else looks to be in good shape.
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Re: Sharp 36R-S50 Main Circuit Board
The only board i show there that is discontinued is the Front Control Board Assembly. There are other boards in this unit that are not listed. So I may still be able to find it for you. Are you sure that the Front Control Board is what you are looking for? Let me know.
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check the rear or front panel of your tv for a audio and video output
jack slots....you should be able to able to find a jack slot with the
symbol of headphone..Its normally of green colour..you should be able to
plug in a 3.5 audio jack....
Unfortunately the answer to your question is 'NO'
You require a TV with either a HDMI / DVI .Component connections on it.
If you looking to purchase a New tv to be able to watch HD on then I would get a TV with HDMI ports on the back.
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After you remove the tuner from the main board and remove the 2 covers from the tuner, straighten the metal side of the tuner where the hole is for the F connector. If you look at the PC board inside the tuner, there is a small hole in the board directly under the hole in the metal for the F connector. Usually there is a small piece of the old F connector's center pin still soldered in that hole. If it is there, unsolder it and throw it away. The new F connector will be soldered in place over the hole in the side and a small jumper wire soldered from the center pin of the new F connector to the little hole in the PC board directly under it. Be careful when soldering on the tuner's PC board because the parts are extremely small and close together, and lost SM parts and solder bridges are possible. Be sure none of the coils in that area have been squashed over, which is what I usually see when the costomer sticks something in the hole left in the tuner. If the coils are squashed, you can straighten them with a small pair of tweezers or remove them and rewind then around the proper size drill bit. Let me know how you make out.