On 2007-03-18 17:49, jehill wrote: I have been using my KV36XBR450 to watch HD ever since I bought it in October of 2002. It still works like a champ, but its only equivalent to a 33" HD set. Although I probably could repair the set, thanks to the knowledge accumulated here on Agoraquest, I probably will use failure as an excuse to get a new big screen set. Currently, I am drooling over the KDL52XBR3, although I would prefer a 60" set. The only way for me to watch a sporting event and take advantage of the HD is to sit so that my head ..
Bob- Thanks for the reply. I know it's a bit of a shot in the dark but figured it was worth it as it will just replace a garbage tv in the kids playroom if it works out... Frank, Yes, those are the three locations for the MCZ3001 ICs. For the eBay listings, it's best to confirm the number of ICs with the seller. You will be able to find all three ICs just by looking at the A and D Boards. They are labeled on both sides of the printed circuit boards. See Page 10 of this thread for some soldering tips that I p ..
I ran into the no picture but sound issue about a month ago with the 36xbr400. We purchased the tv back in 2000. After looking over this thread my wife and I decided it was a good opportunity to upgrade to flat panel hdtv. So we purchased a new 50" Plasma...but instead of chucking the XBR I would like to take a shot at fixing the tv myself. My brother has experience sodering electronics. I have no experience in this territory which leads me to a few questions. The MCZ3001D is the chip that I need and I may need three of them. They are located in: IC8 ..
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