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How hard to replace ICs?

I have a philips 60pp9202, i know its ic is bad. What would i need and how hard is it to change it?

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  • 25lgt Jul 18, 2008

    the convergence ICs

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    Jb Wilson Jul 19, 2008

    i need to know in full how to pull the stk392020 out and replace it with a new convergance plug help please

  • pinoy_eagle May 11, 2010

    What IC do you need to change?

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Remove the 4 screws going through the IC's, unsolder the 18 pins each IC, take a small flat head screw drive place it between the heat sink and IC and pound gently until the IC breaks free, wiggle the IC's to make sure all pins are free and remove them.

Take rubbing alcohol and a Q-tip and clean where you need to resolder. "So you can see the pads better." Put heat sink compound on the heat sink, slide the IC's back in, secure them with the screws, solder the pin's making sure you don't blob pin to pin.

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