My son and the neighbour's boy were playing/goofing with "guitar hero" accessories (at the neighbours house) and scratched their Samsung LCD TV. Is there anything to repair it? It is noticeable when OFF and when lighter colours hit the area of the scratch.
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Re: 6'' Scratch in Samsung LCD TV
THE ONLY WAY I KNOW HOW TO FIX THIS PROBLEM WOULD BE TO REPLACE THE DISPLAY PANEL UNFORTUNATLY THE PRICE IS WHAT THE SET COST ORIGINALLY TRY RUBBING THE AREA WITH A DAMP T SHIRT OR DIAPER IT MAY HELP OTHERWISE I AM SORR FOR YOU
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the council cannot interfere with the foliage on a neighbouring property unless it is in a dangerous condition or situation
it will be up to you to move the aerial or dish to a better location on your property but trees seldom have an influence on signal as it can penetrate buildings
As for the lawn dying, better fertilizing, water, grass that is not affected by shade is the answer
if the tree branches are over hanging the property line , you have a right to trim the branches back to the property line and return the cut foliage back over the fence for the neighbour to dispose of
as many neighbour disputes are form a lack of communication and you obviously have a dispute, I suggest you talk with legal counsel so that the situation is not aggravated further than necessary
suggest checking antenna, or if rural location the mast head amplifier if used. Check Teeivision on a neighbours antenna cable coxial connection to test damaged antenna theory Also check neighbours TV works to prove the tv station or relay tv station transmitter was not hit in storm.
Does the TV have WiFi enabled? Is it in range of your WiFi router? Is the place where the TV is located a WiFi dead spot? Does the TV see your WiFi router, and is it the strongest signal in the TV's locality? Are your neighbours using the same WiFi channel as you? Have you got the router set to block MAC addresses? Is the TV set to use DHCP? Is the router handing out IP addresses? What security level are you using? Are you putting in the correct WiFi password? The list goes on and on.....
Hi, it maybe the TV transmitter has gone off air temporarily check with a neighbour, check that all connections and cables are undamaged and aerial plug has a good connection and if you have an aerial amplifier make sure that its switched on, if you live in a communial building check with you neighbours, again it could be the buildings distribution system down.
Otherwise it could be a problem with the tv internally.
P.S. check the tv is not in AV mode by selecting the AV button or making sure that DTV is selected.
Can you see a backlight on the screen? If not then there will be problem with the screen invertor.If there is a backlight then the problem will be the T- Con board..If the tv is brand new then you will get it repaired free under warranty if less than 1 year old. Hope this helps