I just added a php guestbook to my site, now when I enter it this error message shows:
Warning: filesize(): Stat failed for ./LouisSahagunGuestbookdb.php (errno=2 - No such file or directory) in /home/content/p/l/a/planet9/html/LouisSahagun/LouisSahagunGuestbook.php on line 218 No posts found.
What is causing this error? I know it's the php guestbook, but I want to keep it or bring a new one, any idea what my next step should be?
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You now have a parts set, replacing the screen isn't an option as it will cost more than a new TV set. You can recycle the set at your local electronics recycling facility or place it on Craigslist for parts. You should be able to get $20-$25 for it as is. If I have been of service to you please sign my guestbook page @
your problem is most likely due to a faulty t-con or main board. The good news is that research shows that your t-con and main board are all in one. Vizio's are known for bad main boards. The question is it worth repairing? The good board from a reputable company will cost $80 plus, the prices on 32" sets are below $200 in some markets nowadays. If I have been helpful please sign my guestbook!
How old is the set? Are you attempting to fix yourself? The popping/no picture issue is usually do to a faulty y buffer or y sustain board. If you are willing to open up the set, I would look for blown IC chips on the y buffer (long skinny boards on the far left) boards and for any blown components on the Ysustain (located just to the right of the y buffers) board. If you are considering taking the set to a shop I'm here to tell you it will be cheaper to replace vs. repair. I hope this helps and if you have time please sign my guestbook
a picture would be great, what you are describing would be a number of things. Being that it's a Samsung, I would suspect a failing LCD panel, very common with older Samsung's and Sony's. Other possibilities are a bad main board or a damaged LCD screen. I guess I should ask if the problem is always there or does it go away when the set warms up? If I have been of assistance, please sign my guestbook!
it is very likely you are experiencing a LCD panel failure. Hard to make out from the picture, but if you are getting double images, dark areas in the screen, or lines in the screen that correct itself, your LCD panel is failing. If this is the case, its time for a new TV set. If I have helped you please sign my guestbook on my page.
once your screen is cracked, it's time to buy a new TV set. The cost to replace the screen will exceed the value of your set. Although the screen is cracked, it still has some value. List it on your local Craigslist and someone will buy it for parts. If this helps please sign my guestbook