Originally Posted by brennanrp /forum/post/17680604
Thanks so much NipRing. Did you use the same plastic bumpons as OnlyTono? I would think these would melt because it gets so hot!
Originally Posted by OnlyTono /forum/post/17685773
It does get pretty warm in there, but probably not enough to actually melt the bumpons. If you wanted to be really safe though, you might try and find some pure silicone bumpons which should be good for higher temps than regular plastic.
The ones I bought where just the generic brand over at my local hardware store. They where soft and rubbery, but I don't remember if they where actually silicone or not.
Originally Posted by gokhan /forum/post/17747097
After finished have left two more screws
Originally Posted by NipRing /forum/post/17747153
Haha, i had 1!
Originally Posted by gokhan /forum/post/17748910
Here is the question.
I have two TVs, one sony KDL-XBR4 46" full hd, second one is lg 42" 720p.. lg is fine, has no problem but sony had problem but not anymore, I have to sell at least one tvbut i dunno which one should I keep? im not sure what will be happened after few months with sony because it looks like temporary solution
Looks like my Bravia might be done for and it's only 1.5 years old Keep in mind that these lines you see filled up the whole screen from wall to wall and were very vibrant in color... mostly yellow, but there was some red lines and a few other various colors. I took this picture about 6 hours later from when the problem first occurred. Anyone familiar with this? Am I done for or can this be fixed?
Originally Posted by ogoun /forum/post/17747302
After some rather in depth analysis on the test bench, it looks like the problem is not with the flex interconnect's bonding to the panel, but rather with the connecting bonds between the flex interconnects and the long, narrow semiconductor chip that is mounted directly on the flex interconnect, about halfway between the LCD end and the PCB end. This chip looks like it might be a signal line termination or impedance matching network, and gets quite hot during operation (the design of the big metal LCD retaining frame includes a series of long depressions along the top section that push against the flex interconnects where these chips are located, to provide some not very effective heatsinking).
Originally Posted by ShinobiFist /forum/post/17749651
I'm glad I found this thread. Is this the same issue one of buddies is having?