LCD TV Repair made easy # 7

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Finding bad solder connections is generally an easy thing to do when you have a good magnifying glass and a trained eye, but for someone just starting out doing electronic repair they may fail to realize that tiny little crack they can barely see is enough to make a Television quit working. Unfortunately my camera was not able to show the detail I had hoped it would but I think this video will still give you a general idea of what to look for.
If your looking for some helpful books on LCD TV and Power supply repair here are a few I recommend.
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How to troubleshoot and repair Switch Mode Power supplies by Jestine Yong at http://davestv.jestinemichellepow.click2sell.eu This book is a bit spendy but I’m still glad I purchased it. In my opinion it’s a must read. Jestine is good at getting right to the main points you need to understand about troubleshooting this kind of power supply and its associated feedback circuits.
Since a majority of the problems I have seen on LCD TVs are related to bad power supplies I figured it will pay for itself many times over. Most of the book was easy reading with plenty of pictures and diagrams.
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Testing electronic components and finding unknown resistor values by Jestine Yong. http://5d8388ioop4nfm862d1b0u7sbj.hop.clickbank.net/
This is an excellent book for A beginner level student who wants to learn how to test electronic components like a professional. Jestine really took the time to make this book easy to understand.
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How to repair LCD Computer Monitors by Jestine Yong at
http://davestv.jestinewilliamlcd.click2sell.eu
Even though this book was about computer monitor repair I found most of the troubleshooting techniques he demonstrates also applied to LCD TV repair so I was glad to have read it. Much like the book on Switch Mode Power Supplies it was easy to read. It has lots of pictures and good troubleshooting techniques.
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Mikes TV case histories The latest paperback edition has hundreds of case histories on LCD, CRT, Plasma and Projection TVs. at http://www.mikestvtips.com/ 1-410-272-4984
When I first started in the TV repair business and my troubleshooting skills were not that great often times Mike’s case histories told me exactly which parts I needed to replace and it often saved me from having to purchase a great many schematics. I have been using his case histories since 1995 and I would not be with out them. If you call him please be considerate of his time zone and call between 11:00 AM TO 8:PM Eastern time only.
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Getting Started In Electronics by Forest Mims available at some Radio Shacks or through this link.
http://www.Forrestmims.com
If you know nothing at all about electronics and want to start with the basics this is a fantastic book to start with. This book is packed with pictures.
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