Question about Akai LCT3285TA 32 in. LCD Television
My 46" Daewoo Plasma TV took a lick from a grandson and the screen cracked all about. Is this just regular glass that I could replace myself or is it some exotic blend of materials that would require a call to Daewoo or possibly a trip home for the daewoo, or is this a lights out situation? Any and all advice is appreciated Thanks Milton i went downstairs and my plasma screen tv had a crack on the inside. everything on the screen except the section where the cracks are works. it looks like ink is rolling down the screen, but everything on the tv is displayed except that inky section where the cracks are. Is this a fixable problem? is there anyway to replace the lcd screen? please let me know!
Generally speaking, though it may be possible to fix a broken screen, it's not cost effective and you'd be better off replacing the TV.
Posted on Jan 25, 2015
I'm sorry, but if wou want to replace the lcd screen itself, it's gonna cost you the same or even double of what the tv cost. I would recomend a new tv. Because if it leaking the "ink" that is a VERY bad sign. A sign that says the screen cannot be fixed. Because it's "bleeding"
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Broken Screen on Plasma TV
A broken TV screen can not be fixed. A replacement sceen can cost as much as a new tv since the new set prices keep falling. You can sell the unit for parts. (ebay?)
You can get a screen protector from;
or fashion your own.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Your are probably pooched, and repairing this would be expensive. Plasma display panels are constructed as a pair of glass panels spaced about 0.1 mm apart, with an excitable gas in the gap between the two sheets, It's like have millions of teeny tiny florescent lamps all packed together. see http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/plasma-display.htm for a better explanation then I could provide here. WARNING: There are high voltages present in Plasma sets, and they should only be serviced by trained technicians. Now, many sets have a protective glass sheet over the actual plasma display. If the display is still working 100%, but the outermost glass is cracked, it may be possible to disassemble the set, remove the protective glass and either live without it, or have new glass cut to replace the damaged protective glass. Good luck. Paul.
Posted on Jan 13, 2007
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