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Visio e60u-d3 tcon board

The icon board come out in 2 ribbons and meets the screen there are 2 connections that appear to be damaged by water and a leak in the roof. Can those parts be replaced if so what are the parts. The tv and back light light up but there is no picture..

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Yes they can be replaced if you can find a distributor.

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SAMSUNG - UE40F6670 LED TV - I have thin black horizontal lines appearing in upper half of screen. They get lighter as the TV warms up but don't go away.


IMPORTANT: Horizontal lines on the screen are virtually NEVER caused by a bad T-con board. Horizontal lines indicate a defective LCD panel (screen). Check ribbon connectors coming from screen and the T-con board first but likely the Panel.

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My one year and one month old Samsung un50h5203af has recently lost its image.


If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts.
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Are boards that connect to tcon board via ribbon cables a replaceable item?


The T'Con board you've replaced is either a damaged one or not with exact number as original. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts.
http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Faults & possible causes to LCD & Plasma screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault to an extent. Faults to all LCD & Plasma screen are similar, irrespective of its brand and screen size.

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I have a 55" Seiki flat screen t.v. and after the movers moved it from my old home to my sisters house all of a sudden there is a vertical line that will not go away


It is definitely loose connection of ribbon cables connected to the TCON board.

See how to identify the TCON (Timing and Control board) and how handle the delicate ribbon cable

LCD TV Repair Tutorial Con Board Common Symptoms Solutions How to Replace...

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Screen is split in half. One half darker than the other colors are all messed up. Lots of green outlines on subjects on screen


Hi Robert,
This appears to be case of dirty ribbon and connector between the TCON board and the LCD panel.The ribbon or flat cable and its connector on the defective side between the TCON and the panel has to be cleaned thoroughly. If you can not do it yourself, any good tv Tech. should be able to do it for you.
Good luck.

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I have a Lg 42" lcd tv (42LG3000) TV is wall


White screen with good audio. before buying pcbs & such. try my repair method.. you need to get the lcd unit off the facia & then remove the front lcd metal frame. at the top of the screen you have 2 thin pcbs - chances are that the ribbon cable got at least one track unbonded. first off put some double sided tape under the pcbs to stick then to the frame - that'll take the bend out of those pcbs !! next put cellotape over the ribbon cables. i then cut 6 pieces of sponge 15mm thick & wide as the ribbon cable & glue to the tape on the ribbon at what would be the top edge of the screen (covering the point where ribbon meets pcb).. put the metal frame on top edge first to keep the sponge straight !! put it back together & fire it up. if it still aint working you may need a tcon pcb (little square one at the top). this fixed my 42lg3000 but can work on others with same fault !!

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Half of my screen goes out from time to time. how do i fix that.


This is likely a problem with your TCON circuit board inside the back of the tv.

The TCon board usually has 2 very thin ribbon like cables running from connectors on the board to the actual LCD screen panel. Each ribbon controls one half of the screen. If you are lucky, it's possible one of the ribbons came loose or is not making proper electrical contact with the connector on the TCON board.

If your tv is out of warranty and you are comfortable working safely with electronics then you may be able to repair this yourself with a few hours of screwdriver work. The ribbons may just need to be reseated in the little flip up connectors, or you may have to clean the copper at the tips of the ribbons gently with a pencil eraser to remove any oxidation.

If you are unlucky enough to have a bad TCON board or are not comfortable disassembling your tv yourself then you can bring it in to the shop and they can probably repair it for less than $150.

Good luck and please post back if this helps and with how you make out.

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Only right half of screen shows


If this problem affects exactly half the screen, then there is likely a problem with your TCON circuit board inside the back of the tv.

The TCon board usually has 2 very thin ribbon like cables running from connectors on the board to the actual LCD screen panel. Each ribbon controls one half of the screen. If you are lucky, it's possible one of the ribbons came loose or is not making proper electrical contact with the connector on the TCON board.

If your tv is out of warranty and you are comfortable working safely with electronics then you may be able to repair this yourself with a few hours of screwdriver work. The ribbons may just need to be reseated in the little flip up connectors, or you may have to clean the copper at the tips of the ribbons gently with a pencil eraser to remove any oxidation.

If you are unlucky enough to have a bad TCON board or are not comfortable disassembling your tv yourself then you can bring it in to the shop and they can probably repair it for less than $150.

Good luck and please post back with how you are making out.

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I have a fairly new LG LED television and most of the times that I turn it on, half of the screen will be cut off by static and bars and weird colors. It gets lighter and usually goes away after having the...


If this problem affects exactly half the screen, then there is likely a problem with your TCON circuit board inside the back of the tv.

The TCon board usually has 2 very thin ribbon like cables running from connectors on the board to the actual LCD screen panel. Each ribbon controls one half of the screen. If you are lucky, it's possible one of the ribbons came loose or is not making proper electrical contact with the connector on the TCON board.

If your tv is out of warranty and you are comfortable working safely with electronics then you may be able to repair this yourself with a few hours of screwdriver work. The ribbons may just need to be reseated in the little flip up connectors, or you may have to clean the copper at the tips of the ribbons gently with a pencil eraser to remove any oxidation.

If you are unlucky enough to have a bad TCON board or are not comfortable disassembling your tv yourself then you can bring it in to the shop and they can probably repair it for less than $150.

Good luck.

Jan 21, 2011 | LG Televison & Video

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I have a Sony Bravia 32" and half the picture is


This is likely a problem with your TCON circuit board inside the back of the tv.

The TCon board usually has 2 very thin ribbon like cables running from connectors on the board to the actual LCD screen panel. Each ribbon controls one half of the screen. If you are lucky, it's possible one of the ribbons came loose or is not making proper electrical contact with the connector on the TCON board.

If your tv is out of warranty and you are comfortable working safely with electronics then you may be able to repair this yourself with a few hours of screwdriver work. The ribbons may just need to be reseated in the little flip up connectors, or you may have to clean the copper at the tips of the ribbons gently with a pencil eraser to remove any oxidation.

If you are unlucky enough to have a bad TCON board or are not comfortable disassembling your tv yourself then you can bring it in to the shop and they can probably repair it for less than $150.

Good luck.

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