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Resolder vertical ic

Thanx but i need a bit more info. I'm confident with a soldering iron but need to know what to solder in laymen terms

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  • Billsno1 Aug 14, 2008

    Model is a Panasonic TX 32 PL10 100HZ.

    I removed back to have a look and discovered picture returned to normal if mainboard was lifted slightly, but returned to half screen when put back.

    Could this just be a solder fault on the board?


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Please provide me model number Tv and brand. I will help you Thank you

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

  • Noe Z  Bernabe
    Noe Z Bernabe Aug 13, 2008

    Model number please?. Located back cover TV. Thank you

  • Noe Z  Bernabe
    Noe Z Bernabe Aug 14, 2008

    I tell you what, could you take picture chassis ( close to fly back/) I will make red point for find the place. Thank you


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