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Repair board would you fix my board. how do i remove it, desolder?

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It is simple to remove. You have to remove the back of the TV (you will also have to take the cover off the back of one of the speakers to access the screws for the power supply cover. Then there will be thin metal covers over the main controller board and the power supply (the power supply is covered by the smaller of the two). Once you have the covers off the power supply has 4 to 5 screws holding it in depending on the model and 5 plugs that connect it to the power switch on the bottom and the main controller board. All I will need is the actual Power supply if that is the only issue. You will need to pack it securly and ship it to me. Leave me your e-mail so I can send you the address. Payment can be by Cash with the board or by PayPal. You should be able to calculate the return shipping when you ship it to me. Be sure to include return shipping as well.

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