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Hyper module is most likely the problem

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I replaced the stk's on my toshiba 57h82,now my tv looks scrambled until it warms up. I need to find ou what capacitors/values I need to look at. Can anyone help? Thanks Steve


Your hypermodule has gone out and will need to be repaired. You can google for the capacitor locations - I beleive its 11 of them. This is a tricky repair since the caps are small. If you do it yourself I would advise using small cam corder capacitors instead of the SMD type that installed. This will make it easier to replace. You can also get a complete kit with instructions from www.TvRepairKits.com or similar sites.

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Toshiba 57H82 - 57" Lower left of picture screen


If the TV looks zig zag or scrambled and its moving aroudn the screen the hypermodule has failed.
If however it looks 3D or warped and is not moving around the convergence is the issue. You can get DIY repair kits including all parts, instructions, and support from sites such as www.TvRepairKits.com

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Picture scrambled


unsolder a box behind the input board, (take it out or place it in carefully, do not force). Replace 11(10u/16v) capacitors, as you see on the picture.2267865.jpg

May 15, 2010 | Toshiba 57H82 57" Rear Projection...

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I HAVE A TOSHIBA 57H82 . AND THE PICTURE JUMPS A ROUND. LIKE I SEE TWO PICTURE .


I think you need the convergence I.C.s there are 2 of them, (STK392-110 I think), you will need to be able to solder.

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Picture colors scrambled


Ur convergence it dead,Know how to solders?Buy a convergence kit to repair.These websites have the kit.Tv repair World.com,Tv Repair Kits.

Dec 12, 2009 | Toshiba 57H82 57" Rear Projection...

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This is jeff I just received an answer to my problem with my Toshiba 57H82 57 in. Rear Projection HDTV. The answer was " Try Wathing the Picture in Picture " But I don't know what Wathing Means


srry . watch the picture in picture . the sub video path takes a different route through video processing and may look ok. the pip control button should be at the bottom of the toshiba remote.

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Toshiba 57H82 picture goes black


Poor connections on power supply board .

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