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Hello,

I purchased the STK392-110 ICs from service manual. I had read in an earlier post that it would come with instructions. I didn't receive any. Also what type and where can I buy a soldering gun that will do the job?

Can you help me?

Thank you,

Mattie

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  • Matties Jul 07, 2008

    Guru,



    Thanks so much!! It worked perfectly!! Beautiful picture!! I went to Radio Shack and bought a 30 watt soldering iron, solder, heat sink and desoldering tool. My hubby installed them today.



    Thanks again,



    :) :) :)



    Mattie

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Radio shack has desoldering irons cheap. Send service manuals a email, they must have forgot. they will email the instructions right out to you and that should outline all that you need to do the repair

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

  • Sonny Berry
    Sonny Berry Jul 07, 2008

    Youre welcome. It feels good to have fixed your own TV and not have to pay alot of money to a repair tech doesnt it?

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