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September 22, 2006, 10:17 am
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I have a NEC FS6390 TV ( about 10 years old ) which has died in a big way.
There is an IC , a STRS6708 , a 9 pin device on a big heatsink which is
blown to bits. Nothing else looks damaged , but I assume there are other
blown components around it.
Can anyone suggest if it's worth getting repaired and around how much it
would be ?
Re: NEC FS6390 TV question
If you would like to save some money and prevent a tv turning into
I believe it is worth repairing.
I have just repaired a FS6390 for a customer.
It only needed a few capacitors, one transistor and a zener.
The IC exploding is not unusual. As well as the chip, I could tell you
resistors, zener and transistor may need replacing too.
I think all the faults in the FS6390 I have seen have been in the power
supply and are
quite a routine repair.
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