Question about Sanyo DP42848 LCD TV
The T-con board in your tv is the board that transforms the data coming from the image processor in a form that can be displayed by the LCD screen. In your case it is failing - a chip has started to detach from the board because it was badly soldered at the manufacturing stage. When the tv heats the solder points dilate and allow a partial contact. Since this cannot be fixed - you can't resolder the chip - the entire board will have to be replaced. This is going to cost you around $250, including the labor of the repairman.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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