Question about Hitachi 43FWX20B 43" Rear Projection Television
If it is a sony check to see if any of those little green resistors are blown first. most sonys have the stk chips on the main deflection board.they will be next to each other with a big heat sink on each.have a soldering and desoldering iron ready as well as tape and marker for the wires.. remove the wires from the board you dont have to take the board all the way out. start desoldering each pin. if some pins are stuck just touch the pin with the iron. clean the heat sinks.apply themal paste to the new ics. put the new ics through the holes and start soldering. this part can be tricky. put the tip on the pin the solder will flow just quickly remove the solder then the iron 36 times and your done.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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