Ok I did the Repair, Took about 1.5 hours. To a Sony KV-30HS 420,
Removed the 20 something screws to the back of the TV, slid the Back cover off,
identified the D-Board, Removed the 8 Screws mounting it to the frame, popped the Black bridges going from the D-Board to the other (Top Of Pic 1), and disconnected all the power Leads.
rotated he board over, took solder iron and heated up each lead and used solder sucker to suck off heated solder made sure pin was loose before moving to the next. Then removed the IC chip and moved to the 2nd one and repeated, inserted IC 18 pin Socket and soldered all the pins that required solder and skipped the ones that werent, being careful not to use too much solder, lil bits at a time, making sure each was a nice shiney joint. Inserted Chips into sockets, put the board back into the Frame, clipped into place, re-clamped the bridges, reconnected power cables, and put the back cover on. PLugged in and powered up, cycled power a few times to make sure it was working, image is actually clearer than it was before, didnt really have free hand to take Pix.