Question about Ultra LCD30-500 Television
This could be one of 2 things. the sound is still working, which indicates that the internal power circuitry is still functional. a power surge / spike couldve cause damage to the video side, or the internal bulb could be burning out. this is something that you'll want to find about about repairing through the manufacturer. you can purchase replacement bulbs for relatively cheap, but finding a tv repair shop that CAN and WILL work on LCD or plasma tvs are kinda rare. people tend to stray from the things that they dont understand, but most shops will attempt to repair it even if they dont know anything about it. which would mean taking the chance of finishing off your tv completely. my advice: call the manufacturer and inquire about repairs through them, or buy another tv.....obviously the first option is WAY cheaper.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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