Question about Toshiba 57H82 57" Rear Projection Television
I had the same problem and I have just finished replacing the caps and tv works like new! :-)
It was my first time at soldering and it was very tricky. I actually was surprised that the thing didn't blow up when I turned it on! lol!
Cost of repair: $7.50 for the caps including shipping from Digi-Key.com and about $40 of soldering toys from radio shack
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
The chances are you may have what is called a bad hypermodule. it is a signal board that controls signal processing. does the picture apear"wavy" then clears up. The way to repair this is to repair this board is to replace 11 microcaps. NOT EASY technicians have truble with this repair... twezzers and manifying glasses. ideally the best thing to do is to replace this board... but they are very rare and difficult to find. so if you can find a good tech that can solder microcaps or if you can find the board those will be the options
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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