Question about Zenith H25F36DT 25" TV
Something in the power supply sounds like it popped. Like a capacitor? These sets the whole board is made to replace. But theres alot of techs who fix these boards and charge alot of money, but in the long run unless its a common problem it dosent pay for the board to be fixed. An example is a tech will charge 65 an hour for labor. It take almost two hours to fix board and 2 weeks to get parts. Pickup and delivery is 75 bucks. service call is 50 bucks. The whole rebuilt board is 140 bucks. + inhome labor at 50 bucks and no long wait to get set back. And the entire board has a 90 day warrantte not just what the tech fixed. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 02, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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