Thanks for the quick response. So these are wires in parallel with the traces for better current carying? I see an inductor and 4.7k resistor in the +/-16v paths to the STKs, but no jumper wires near the STKs (actual board is back in the set right now). If this is something I need to add, what do the numbers you list mean? Where should thes jumpers be connected - are there specifics posted on another thread somewhere (I tried to search)? Thanks!!!
(By the way - I have just replaced my STK's, but F850 in 16v path continues to blow.)
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Re: More on signal board jumpers
I will try my best to explain.....hard wires connect two circuit
traces together and are not in parallel with any component.They are used where a component is not needed.....however, the 16v
supplies must travel from the main board where the F850 &F851 fuses are to the signal board where the STK's are....after the two B+ volts pass thru the two PCB edge connectors,typically on an "H" line Toshiba en route to the STK current limiting resistors there are hard wire jumpers with NUMBER locations marked on the PCB.Just " Follow the path the voltages take" & solder all connects.......
Next thought = What brand / quality / price were your new,replacement IC's ?? = Toshiba,Sanyo or.....Chinese junk?
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First things to do is check the volume controll if working or not.Then if good,check the wiring from the amplifier to the speaker,check also the speaker if good,if that parts is good,check the amplifier try to check the input signal of the amplifier if there's a hamming sound comming from the speaker,then if the amplifier is good,trace the signal sound of the amplifier from the board of your TV.Step by step process to find where is the problem coming from.Thanks!!!
Depending on what caused the burn spot. It is possible to solder a bridge or jump wire from the point on the board that is not damaged and follow the trace or film connection to the next point that is to connect the two points. Other wise find a solder point on one side of the burn and if you can follow the path to the next solder point, use a jumper wire and solder each connection bridging over the burn. Wire has to be insulated. Some burn spots are caused by poor factory dipping of the board, and the solder loses connection over time from heat etc.
DAVE; Sorry about your problem. .....The TV's board has been damaged by the fluid, causing the PC to have poor/open trace connections. These boards are double trace, circuits top and bottom, so, you have many 'feeds'. You might be able to find some one in your area to repair them. New boards from factory are not available. Some places, factory , will rebuild these boards, it's not an easy fix.
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this is same ctc169 check for separated power supply for convergence some times 2 wiress goin from main chassis to convergence board red and black are intermiten check for that but you mention that only show menu. select tv and check for tv signal or video imput if you dont have video you have convergence problem and some thing else
The jumper looks like a staple from the top side . It is soldered to the bottom of the board. The copper trace can be followed from pin 2 through the staple ( jumper ) to pin 6 of IC 2004. Remove the staple ( unsolder from the board ) then solder the staple from pin 6 to pin 7 of IC 2004. The IC has a notch at one end. Pin 1 is the first pin to the right of the notch looking down on it from the top. The pins are in consecutive order 1,2,3 etc. Hope this makes sense.
1)I have yet to learn any advantage to replacing -110's with -150's
I think there is a misconception that increasing numbers =
better,more durable results....Actually, using OEM or better
quality should be most important.Generics from any source
tend to be seconds,thirds, junk ! Name brand are first quality
2)Check B+ feed resistors next to convergence IC's = burnt ?
3)Solder wire jumpers on signal board = 008,010,017,600,etc.
Pull chassis--check all fuses,esp, F850 & F851.They protect the B+ supplied to convergence circuit.They are found in the power supply,on edge of the main board.On the signal board,locate the large IC's mounted to heatsinks.IC part # STK392-110.Between the edge of the signal board and the IC's---locate two grey jumper wires and some hard wire jumpers = solder them all,if you don't,the fuse may blow again.Next,replace IC's with Hitachi up-grade part # STK394-160E....Reassemble...power on.....touch magic focus and you are done....T. ?????s-----Let me know...