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I have a Norcent LCD TV which started getting white hyroglipics on the screen, then occasionally would break into close captioning and now i gets green pixilations on alot of the screen especially when the background is dark. It doesn't happen 24/7, but alot. Is it worth trying to get repaired?

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  • dianetice Sep 03, 2008

    I was not given an answer as to what is wrong with it and how much it might cost to get repaired. The TV is over a year old.

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Yes, its still worth fixing this unit, if you want you can check this site they offer service for this type of repair , they will be able to fix this and a reasonable price http://fixmymonitor.com/

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Go to your set-up menu and select the convergance option, try adjusting it. then go into you picture options and adjust you sharpness and your contrast. if this doesn't take care of it it's and internal problem on the main board. close caption is on the audio signal and has nothing to do with so if it is bleeding over on your screen with out it being selected it means that the interface circuit is bad seeing that it's still under warrenty i would take it back, because repairing it would cost quite a bit. good luck

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Its the problem in your convergence --STK ic---- of the main board.get it repaired quickly or it will cost u very heavy.as the problem you are facing will increase further with heavy pixilations been seen and also for 24/7. at present its just the starting slowly ----slowly it will start increasing.the cost at present will be under the service charge of the technician.



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Tried turning off the closed captioning feature ?

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How old is your LCD?
If under a year old, still under manufacturers warranty. The cost for the repair if exceeds more 1/3 of the price of the LCD, it might not be worth it to get it repair.

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  • Jaime Hernandez Sep 03, 2008

    The pixels could be cause by a defective main board or a power supply not providing enough power to the main board and the rest of the circuitry or a weak signal source.

    The estimate for a repair could anywhere from $300.00 to $400.00 maybe more depending on parts availability.

    Are you using cable TV or satellite TV?

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