Question about Acer AL2671W 26 in. LCD Television
These 2 solutions are totally ridiculous and not helpful at all. Embarrassing in fact!
This totally fixable, go to the following link at read it and follow carefully. I performed this fix before I even found this thread, but since it has a better decsription than i could provide, i will just point you in the right direction.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
*any one with Black Bars running vertical in their Plasma Tv*
so called experts say this problem is the address buffer boards that run along the bottom on the rear of the screen.......my experience as a service engineer for leading manufacturers is that the PDP module iitself is faulty(IC's on the ribbons bonded to the glass can blow)......if this is the case then get ready for a very costly repair if the tv is out of warranty!
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Peel off the black tape?
Is this still covered by warranty?
If one expects help here then one should quit being lazy.
Brand names, model numbers, age, has it had anything spilled in it lately, been moved, and any and ALL other details you can provide!
But, a possible cause is power supply circuitry, possibly electrolytic capacitors. Remove covers, unsolder, and replace.
Or call a tech.
Posted on Oct 16, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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