When you say '50% of the USA cost to repair, what is a ballpark figure? (ie, if I left it with a US shop, am I looking at over $50 for LCD screen repair?) I'm not sure the locals here in Rwanda have the capability to fix this...that's why I'm asking. Thanx;RWS.
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Not really something we can answer on fixya.
It would depend on where you live and what exactly needs to be repaired.
Your best bet would be to contact a couple of local shops with a request for an estimate.
Don't ever use the word ballpark at a repair shop or keep harping on prices or you may & should be asked to leave You can use your computer to look up parts prices on hundreds of sites. You don't replace any converter until you know you have no engine cylinder misfires,proper fuel pressure, fuel trim,no vacuum leaks,including exhaust,good or new oxygen sensors There is a reason why a converter fails At 14 years of age ,sure, it's worn out, replace it. Replace it your self
I have tried to look up parts prices for various TV's to try and estimate costs for repairs and they will not sell anything to consumers or even let me look up the parts.You have to be an authorized repair center just to log in.You will have to call a local repair shop,describe the situation,and they should be able to give you a ballpark figure over the phone.I know from repairing various electronics that there is usually at least a 20% markup on parts but that should be included in the estimate they give.Also,here is a link for comparing plasma vs. HD.Good luck! http://www.cnet.com.au/plasma-vs-lcd-which-is-right-for-you-240036500.htm
It probably can be repaired, but get an estimate first- parts and labor can add up. Call a couple authorized repair shops to get a ballpark figure. The cost of some repairs sometimes justifies just going ahead and getting a new one. Wish I had an easy answer for you, but hope this helps.
The LCD is going bad, the replacement cost is about 200$ a ballpark figure keep in mind, first bring it to a repair shop and get a estimate, i usually don't charge for this. But this will depends on that specific shop that you bring it to. Good luck.
you have no horizontal drive to fire up the high voltage section to produce brightness,possible horizontal transistor (output) shorted .they cost around 20.00.take set to shop for repair,also ask for est. of cost to repair.
The shape your seeing is called 'V Bow' and 'Pincushion' which needs to be calibrated again.
Theres probably a diode that went out. The tech can open it up and adjust the angles back. I wouldn't charge over $100-$150. Shop around for a good repair tech. Good Luck poe_diddley.