Question about Televison & Video
One day while watching t.v. (Phillips 60pw9363) my son said the t.v. made a loud popping noise and the picture went bad. I did a bit of online research and narrowed the problem down to probably being the ic chips (stk392-180). I replaced both and could now align the red but the blue convergence still doesn't move. How can I tell which is which? I would like to just replace the blue ic chip but there doesn't seem to be any indication on the board to tell them apart. Am I on the right track here or am I totally off track? Any helpful suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thats the DPTV 335 series chassis when the IC blows it will usually take out 1 or 2 6.8 ohm resistors along with it. Look at the resistors right next to the ICs you will notice 1 or 2 with a little discoloration in the middle replace those and your set should be back to working just fine. Let me know if you need more help. These resistors are easy to spoy they all look alike and shouldnt have any bands on them they will be stamped 6R8 ohm 1W J
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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