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How do you remove the 150 114 120 capacitors hdtv do you just pull them out,do they need to be sodered,i have new ones and i'm not sure how to replace the new ones the tv's green light comes on and then it shut rihgt off in 5 seconds and there's no picture or sound

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  • Chris Hill Aug 11, 2011

    i never even thought of that , well norman you're the MAN ! you're a life saver. god bless

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Normally we use a solder wick or special extractor to remove the solder. Sorry to tell you something that may confuse you, but there are several things you need to know before removing the capacitors. As the position of polarity, positive and negative terminals, be careful not damage electronic driving tracks, you should not leave any residual solder on the board. You can do it!, But be careful and calm doing it. I wish you luck, and let me know as it turned out your first job in electronics. Thank you for visiting fix ya!.

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    thank alot noe i really appreciate your response it's very helpful to know. yeah i'm gonna be real careful doing this , i'll let you know how it turns out . have a great day !!

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If you google "how to solder" and "how to desolder" or "how to de-solder" in the VIDEOS category, you should be able to find many videos that will show you how to perform this task. It's much better to see it done than to try to follow a description in text!

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You cannot just pull capacitors out. First you need a soldering iron, some solder wick and some solder resin. Turn the board over and with your wick and iron remove the solder from the legs of the capacitor being careful not to break the pad of the board. Once the solder is removed you can safely pull the bad capacitor out and slide the new capacitor in. Very important that you match the marking on the board with the marking on the capacitor. Once the capacitor is in, dab a little solder resin to the legs and the board. Now you can apply your fresh solder. Cut the legs down and you are done. Good luck to you.

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They have to unsoldered and resoldered, juts pulling them out will result in a broken board or pin and the board will be unusable if it is damaged.

Posted on Aug 10, 2011

  • Chris Hill Aug 10, 2011

    thanks david thats what i kinda thought.

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    I Apoligize I didn't go into any more detail, most of the time I get a question like this and the person never even looks at it and I wasted my time and I now realize I should have spent more time detailing the process for you. If you have any other questions or issue please feel free to ask.
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