Question about Toshiba 32HL67 32 in. LCD Television
Just had a technician call Toshiba this morning. Toshiba says this is a big issue with this model and yet they have not had the courtesy of notifying purchasers. At the very least, they could have offered to pay for part of the $390 repair cost! So the TV is history and I have gone with LG.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most units are made by someone else. your unit probably has LG parts. get the unit looked at by a Toshiba authorized servicer. they may be able to repair it at component level. the $900 you stated sounds at least $200 too high for board level repair.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
The problem is in the power suplly board.In the LCD TV this board is common to the rest function.If the reparation cost is 80% on the new LCD I suggest to buy one new.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
The most i have seen an inverter board go for on a 32 inch tv is about 300$ and that was shipped from japan, not having the actual part number off the board makes it difficult to lookup. I usually charge about 100$ to do this type of replacement. so they do seem a bit overpriced, considering it also may just be a bad capacitor or 2 causing the board to fail, they run about 5$ each. If you have another repair shop in the area i would call them and shop around. If everyone seems to have the same amount of price in mind, it may be just time to get a new tv, with the release of the LED HD tv's the prices for lcd are dropping drasticaly , you should be able to get a much larger one for the same price as you paid for that one .
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Toshiba Regza
What year was the TV manufactured? What model is it?
If its manufactured in 2008 get back with me.
I have a failing LCD panel and am starting a class action lawasuit against Toshiba becuase there is a high number of failing units built during this time that Toshiba is not addressing and their customers are not being herd... well I am going to make them listen!
let me know if you want to be part of this activity.
Curious too, did you fix the TV?
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
Not any simple in situ repairs for this I'm afraid.
Unfortunately the price of a brand new replacement LCD panel combined with the cost of labour for installation is just as much as a whole brand new TV, and the new TV would come with a full warranty.
I think your best bet would be to scour the local online classifieds (llike Kijiji) in your area for someone who might be selling a model of tv exactly the same as yours, but that has some kind of internal circuit board failure. You could even post an ad in there looking for that specific model of tv, working or not as long as the LCD panel screen is intact.
Most LCD flat panel tvs fail due to some or another circuit board defect, and the LCD panel itself is still fine. You have the opposite problem, your circuit boards are fine but the panel is damaged. You might be able to pick up a used malfunctioning tv pretty cheap and just salvage the parts you need from it to make one fully functional tv. With a bit of quick research you could certainly learn how to replace the panel yourself as long as you had all the parts right there on hand.
Best of luck.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
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