Question about Televison & Video
I dropped it. it still turns on but the screen is white and looks like its cracked
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Don't know what brand it is but, it really doesn't matter the screen or lcd panel cost as much or more than a new set. Sorry.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
I assume since she was able to lift the tv that she is probably too old to spank.
Sorry, kidding aside, that sounds a lot like the LCD screen panel itself is damaged. Unfortunately there is really no way to get a replacement screen installed for less than what you paid for the TV new.
If your warranty is still valid, you can always try returning it to Walmart and see if they will exchange it for a new one. I don't think the part about you dropping it would help your cause though, so maybe leave that bit out.
Otherwise I would recommend you get one of the exact same TVs as a replacement and put the old one away in the attic for storage. Then if you ever have any trouble with your new TV down the line, you will have a second mostly working TV right there to salvage spare parts from in order to get one working again.
Sorry about the bad news.
Good luck and take care.
Posted on May 14, 2011
Testimonial: "Thank you for the bad news. That is kind of what I thought. Yes, she's too old to spank but I thought about it! Thank You."
SOURCE: TCL LCD TV L42M61AZ
i have the same problem found you can try turning it off and on for ages to get it to work or place a heat source at the rear of the tv for a while and it seems to work. I have also used a hair dryer with success
Posted on Jul 06, 2012
SOURCE: lg 47lv355u tv
Ok t-con board is connected to main board which is giving signal and logic supply.. If the main board failed or giving a over voltage to the t-con it possibly your T-con gone out (new) again.
To isolate the problem try to replace the main board.
Posted on Dec 05, 2012
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