My wife brought home this tv from work because they were just going to throw it out... "Good Wife" I said. Anyway....
I turn it on and the bottom left quadrant remains black. Some lines start to appear and creep across the screen. There is also a black patch in the middle that has absolutely no pattern to it. The best way to describe it is "flower shaped" I can change inputs and access menus. It locked on my one time and I had to do a hard reset (aka pull the plug). So, I'm thinking it overheated at one point and fried something inside?
I'm going to take it apart and look for some smoked ICs. ANy other suggestions?
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Talk to them,return the tv u probally get like 20% off for a new replacement tv.U probally have to pay 80% of the new tv.Because u cause the tv LCD screen panel to be broken.The tv LCD screen panel is 90% important to the tv and it is limited in production by the tvs corporations.Tv with broken LCD screen panel only worth as a salvage tv for it electronic boards for parts,that it.
The LCD screen panel is broken or damage.Not worth fixing,sorry.The LCD screen panel are 90% of the tv.The screen panel,will cost the same as a new tv,to replaced.The tv now,only can be worth as salvage electronic boards for parts.
a smell from a plasma is usually a electrolytic capacitor leaking. Luckily, replacing capacitors is very easy. you can do it yourself if you have any skills at all, and if you can identify it.
just google what i am saying, you should be able to find the info you need to replace them.
No it is not fixable, wouldn`t it be nice if the manufacturers would include this in the owners manual ? Your wife is not the first to do this by any means, windex and other cleaners are very caustic to these panels and should never be used. the entire "panel" has to be replaced and it`s the most expensive part in your set, I`m sorry to be the bearer of bad news but at least you now know and won`t repeat the mistake, BMW Rider
I'm looking for a broken screen HP-S5053 to buy from someone. I have a new screen that needs a home. I need one that is complete and working other than the screen. Or I would sell my screen to you. Thanks, Wade firstname.lastname@example.org
The best way is to contact your service provider and ask them to trouble shoot guide you, there should be a way to reset or diagnose the receiver or if you prefer go back to the place you bought it and ask for a replacement, You should still have the manufacturer's warranty, check that as well.