Question about LG 42PQ30 42 Plasma TV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
NO....You must pay attention to all numbers on the back of the TV. Verify these with your tech or contact your LG customer support for the correct board numbers. If the screen was broken I doubt if you can repair this for less than it cost to replace. The screen for this one runs at about $650.00. Good Luck and good advice!
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
1.It sounds as though there is a problem in the power supply section and it is blowing a linking component to the board mention.
2. this is only isolated with a schematic and proper electronic detection such as a Scope and meter.
3. You also may have a circuit that gives voltage to the plate that gives light to the luminous plate that may need service.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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