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Flat screen TV teardown and fix

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Hak8or got his hands on a few broken down TVs. One of which is a Dell  W3000 set. It's panel was intact so he figured it was worth to try and fix. After some probing he figured out there was leftover Flux short-circuiting the HV CCFL driver. He cleaned it...

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