Question about Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
My husband's 60" tv purchased in 2005 was damaged by water when basement flooded. Should we try to repair or replace it. Average cost from last repairman was $1700 to repair, more than what I paid for the tv initially.
It depends, if the set was plugged in at the time of the flood and or if there was any electrical power going to the set at the time. If the set was unplugged and was not plugged in afterwards then if you can open the back of the set and sit it out in the hot sun exposing the board and cover the glass so it does not melt, there is a possiblity that when completely dried up it may work. Try with caution thou.
Posted on Aug 09, 2007
If the water in the basement came up high enough to cover the main boards in the projection TV, then I would not even attempt to repair it - the cost of replacing the boards, if available, and the realignment would be as much or more than a new set.
Posted on Jul 18, 2007
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