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Sorry tv not repairable,the picture screen panel is broken or damages.The tv picture screen panel are 90% important to the tv and it is limited in production by the tv corporations,no where u can buy tv picture screen panel except the tvs corporations themselves.By replacing the tv picture panel,will cost the same as a new tv,by replacing the picture screen panel alone,because of it limited production and important to the tv itself.Sorry this not worth as a whole tv anymore,now tv only as salvages tv for it electronic boards for parts only now.
Talk to the tv compannies costumer service,think u out luck,they will not honor the warrety,because screen crack damage,the tv is worthless as whole tv,only now might basic inter salvage eclectronic circuits boards parts.
hi first of all u should check ur transistor connections.Check your Horizontal and vertical output transistors.You should also check the horizontal and vertical yoke connections as well as your low voltage regulators.... if any of these got damaged u should purchase a new one.. but try to purchase with the help of a tv service assistant... thank u!!! rate me
If the LCD panel itself is physically broken, it must be replaced. It can not be repaired. If you could post the make and model, I can try to get you the replacement part number and cost. Realize that this cost may exceed the cost to replace the entire set.
Check the connections at you TV and anything else you may experience this problem with. If the connections are good then it is quite possible it is the scan board inside the TV. If still under warranty send it in to have repaired. If not then I would speak to a rep about your situation and try to get this fixed by the manufacturer. If it is in good condition with no physical damage
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that may have caused this.
You can try restoring to factory defaults, and you can try the manual convergence option. If the manual convergence fails to reset (as in, the crosshairs physically will not move), then the convergence board is bad, and will need to be replaced or repaired (if you are a good circuit solderer).