It’s done: Total cost $11.99 I put the chips in my TV, and it has worked great ever since. I got my chips for Ebay. The shipping took a long time, but the price was right. I put the sockets in, and got a spare set. Now if it ever goes out again, I won’t have to take the board all apart, I can just pop out the chip and plug in the new ones. Here is a picture of the board and the chip location. I removed all the cables form the board except the red and white ..
Thank you, I sent the request for the service manual. I am planning to do this myself. I have worked on many things, but this will be my first TV. So any help will be greatly appreciated. I plan to read the soldering tips linked above. But if any one has any pictures, information on what has to be removed to access the board, or any other tidbits of information I would be very grateful. Here is a link to the chips I am planning to get: http://cgi.ebay.com/2-X-MCZ3001DB-MCZ3001D-MCZ3001-IC-18-PIN-SOCKET_W0QQitemZ330498713075QQcategoryZ4663QQc ..
I have the 6 standby blink curse with no power on my KV-36HS510 as well. I need help finding the service manual and are there any links to pictures of the repair procedure, actual part numbers, or any information as to what all parts have to be taken apart to get to the parts that need repaired? Thank you for your help!
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