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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi there, the only close part you could get is the actual cabinet. the actual screen will have to be shipped by the manufacture itself. these screens are filled with a liquid that is dangerous and has to be installed in a OSHA approved shop.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
SOURCE: I NEED A REPLACEMENT SCREEN
This requires skill though
If the LCD glass is broken (you see line, stripes, and the watery like drips) it is probably going to be easier to get a new TV.
Anyway, look on ebay for any TV of the same model with a non-functioning backlight, You can use your backlight with the glass from the new TV. You may have broken bulbs so you can swap these to.
OPTION 2. Dissasemble TV to the panel. Find out who makes the panel; it will be LG, Samsung, CMO, AUO, Sharp, something. Find a 32" TV that uses the same manufacturers panel on ebay(this will be difficult but possible with research).
1. You must utilize 720P TV panel to replace your 720P panel. 1080P for 1080P and so on
2. LVDS (video signal) will be similar for all TVs except....voltages may be different in case of 32" panel. They will be 6VDC, 9VDC or 12VDC. Also sometimes the cable is reversed from panel to panel. This means that you should be using the original LVDS cable from the Panel you are using the Glass (including the Drive PWB) for.
1 and 2 are kindof technical so sorry if I didn't explain enough. Just know that if you didn't understand it, I suggest doing a lot of research and question asking before trying or you may damage something.
If you are just swapping from 1 TV same model and LCD panel to your TV having being same model or using the same LCD panel...you probably don't have much to worry about.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
The lcd screen is the most expensive component of the lcd screen/tv/monitor.
It makes no sense to try and replace it as first of all you won`t be able to find the part number required to do that job (e.g. the screens are internally made by sharp // special orders are placed to companies that only start the process for orders greater than tens of thousands of items) and secondly after a lcd panel has been replaced / installed you need to configure the colors, luminosity, contrast, balance etc through a data cable.
I am really sorry for your sharp lcd screen.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
SOURCE: My 3 yr old hit my 46
If really the screen is damaged (not not just the covering glass), you most probably won't be able to get a new screen. Maybe buying some other TV of the same model... Otherwise only service can order the screen and replace it.. But screens are the most expensive part of LCD TV, so it probably won't be good option.
In any way, get the TV to the service for look and price estimation. Then decide if you want to repair it or buy a new model.
Posted on May 12, 2010
Sorry,not repairable,because the LCD screen panels are limited produce by the Tvs Corporations.No where u will able to buy a LCD Screen panel for the replament,but except by the tvs corporations themselves.Because it limited production of the LCD screen panels,they will sell it to u the same as a new tv.Might even cost more after the labors of by replacing the LCD screen panel.
Posted on May 23, 2010
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