Question about Samsung Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The diagnostic is very important, If it looks very thin like someone took a magic marker and drew a line down the screen your panel is failing, this is also true if it looks like several small lines running down the screen slightly separated. Now if it is fat and solid across like about an 1/2 inch across or larger and video can be seen behind it, This is another problem usually with a part called a T-con. In some models the t-con is replicable separately from the panel. If you see a discoloration when the tv is off that would be a delimitation failure and that is also a bad panel.
If your panel is bad it will be un economical to repair unless you have warranty. If it is a t-con this will be much cheaper to repair. Somewhere in the 200.00 range for a service call and part. This is the diagnostic we use in home to determine the direction of the repair. It is constant across different brands of televisions.
If it comes and goes, like you are saying it is thin line like I mentioned above, the problem with the panel is the address wires attached to the panel are coming detached off the panel, unfortunately only the factory can seal these wires back onto the panel. There is no method for a shop or homeowner to do this. They use a very high-tech method to seal these wires on the panel. We as a shop have been looking into trying to seal them back but so far we are still searching for a reliable method. There are many hundreds of wires packed in very close together and almost impossible to line up.
The factory does not repair the panel just replace, although they want the old panel back.
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