Question about Olevia LT42HVi 42 in. LCD Television
Heard a loud crack; smelled burned wires and then the picture went blank.
What happened and can it be repaired for less than the cost of a new tv?
> What happened and can it be repaired for less than the cost of a new tv?
Anyone would be hard-pressed to give you a definitive answer to that question but if, as it very well could be, the main power supply has failed, you may be able to buy and replace this yourself and I would guesstimate the cost at under $150 US for a new board.
Disturbing part is the chance that the supply was damaged by another problem downstream from it. Most modern supplies can protect themselves from and overload so I think the supply was at fault rather than being a victim.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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