That's the correct board. There are 3 cables that unhook from the top board to the bottom digital board. It can be unplugged from the back but it's easyer to unplug all the top wires and remove the hole thing at once. Whats nice is they are all different sizes you don't have to worry about plugging them into the wrong spots. Just make sure you dont forget to plug any of them in.Thanks much for posting the details on this fix. Great stuff and I hope this works for me.
I'm wanting to try this on my HLR5067WAX/XAA and would appreciate some basic guidance. I opened the large back panel and I think the board I'm looking for is the one with the digital input connectors on it (VGA, HDMI, anynet, g-link, and digital audio out (optical)) as this has a sticker with part bp-94-02084a on it. Had to take off the gray connector plate on the left when looking from the back of the TV and it's at the bottom of that area. Can you please confirm this is the right board to target?
What is the best approach to free the board? Remove the whole chassis with the top board on it with all the analog connectors on it too? There are LOTS of connectors to the top board from other parts of the TV that would have to be removed. But when I try and slide out just the lower digital board there are multiple connectors between it and the top board (analog board I assume) that are connected in the back and hard to reach to free just the digital board. If I need to unplug all the connectors to the top board, so be it, but there were so many I had to stop and ask if I'm crazy.
So far, I unscrewed the big white DVI looking connector on the right side of it to free it up to pull out. I also removed a black small cable from the top of the vertical part of the housing and had to unscrew a gray fan box that was on the board above preventing me from pulling out the housing. As I started pulling I noticed a multi-pin ribbon connector between the top and bottom board and unplugged it only to find there were many more similar connections. I then went to remove the whole chassis but need confirmation that's the best way.
Any detail around removing and getting to the digital board would be appreciated.
It seams that samsung tv's that have this board number BP94-02084A have issues with the digital board. All the models that used it have the same issue. Why hasn't samsung had a recall on these boards? we need to make a list of tv's that use it. we know that HLR6167WAX/XAA, and HLR5067WAX/XAA use it but are there other models that use it like the HLR4667WAX/XAA I am thinking that most of the tv's with model HLR___67WAX/XAA may all use this board.