Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi, I've posted many solutions about this phenomenon, more than likely you have a cold solder issue where the vga connector lays against the printed circuit board. If you can safely remove the plastic housing of television ( unit unlugged of course ) then use a stong magnifying glass/jewelers loupe to see for signs of breakage along the radius of the solder joint ( will resemble little volcano type hills with the vga connectors leads poking straight through them ) you may even see the breakage by trying to jiggle the vga connector itself. resoldering the connection from both sides is preferrable whenever possible-but seeing how the manufacturers use wave solgdering to acheive this it is not always possible on the retail side to repair. I hope this helps, Prodzilla
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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