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My daughter spilled pickle juice down the front of my sanyo flat screen tv it seems that it ran down into where the control buttons are and now it is wigging out changing channels and settings periodically what can i do

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You have to disassemble the TV to take this board out, and must clean well. Never use water for cleaning. Use absolute alcohol or medical quality turpentine.

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SOURCE: spilled juice on front of Samsung LN52B750. Juice ran down into on/off control area. Now when it's turned on, no picture and channel display runs through non-stop on the screen. Any replacement parts?

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To solve this problem you have to open your tv and using a hair dryer het the are of the control panel this will evaporate the moisture at the touch panle switches . After that reassemble the same and check. The problem will be cured.
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