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How do I get the Board out?

How do I get it out?

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  • gmoody Aug 24, 2008

    I am inside the TV - took the panel off, disconnected three connectors and the screws that hold it on the plastic bracket


    It isn't coming out... will the panel come out as well - that is the part that says what each connector is for that's exposed when its buttoned up.

  • gmoody Aug 24, 2008

    I finally got the board out. I am looking at the caps and I don't see any amiss. Could it be something different?


    Just to confirm - the board I was taking out is the one that has the component video connectors, etc right?


    Also its a LOT more than 4-6 screws - you also have to take the panel screws off and the ones for the VGA D-Connector

  • gmoody Aug 24, 2008

    I finally got the board out. I am looking at the caps and I don't see any amiss. Could it be something different?


    Just to confirm - the board I was taking out is the one that has the component video connectors, etc right?


    Also its a LOT more than 4-6 screws - you also have to take the panel screws off and the ones for the VGA D-Connector

  • gmoody Aug 25, 2008

    OK - I replaced some of the caps (that looked the worst) - if I have to replace the whole board, where would I buy it?

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Please unplug the t.v. before doing this.

1.open the back pane of the t.v. it is the lower panel not the one that budges out.

2.you will be able to see the board sitting there. you will need to disconnect a few plugs from the t.v.

3.there will be about 4-6 screwes holding the board to the chassis.

4.remove thoses screws and the board will slid out toward you.

install the new board the same way.

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

  • Cameron Viseth
    Cameron Viseth Aug 24, 2008

    now just because there are not any caps that are poped up does not mean that there board is not bad. it could be that the rca jack input's have been burnt through,coaxle jack box has a short in it. ect.... but because of the picture going out and loosing connection that board is the problem.

  • Cameron Viseth
    Cameron Viseth Aug 25, 2008

    ok for that you will need to contact mitsubisgi or contact a local repair shop and have them order the part you need.

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