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Smashed screen on Philips lcd tv

A child threw a remote at it! How expensive and/or difficult to replace...6 mos old. help!

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SOURCE: My brother threw the remote at the TV and cracked

The protector screen is $247.79 If the screen behind that is damaged, that one is $147.97 If the last screen is damaged, that one is $495.00
I hope he only damaged the 1st clear screen, known at the screen protector

Posted on Dec 28, 2010

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My fiance threw the remote and hit the left side of the screen . it didnt break the outside of the screen or even leave a mark but about 6 inches from the edge in looks shattered.


The screen is broken and the only fix is to replace it. When the remote hit the edge of the screen it bent a little and cracked a few inches from the edge where the screen was starting to fold a bit. But as the screen is overwhelmingly the single most expensive component in the television it's usually cheaper to replace the entire tv, especially when the labour charges of fitting a new screen are added.

Due to economy of scale, when you buy a flat panel tv you're effectively buying the flat panel at a volume discount and getting the casing, power supply, electronics (in fact all the other bits which turn a bare panel into a tv) for free.

Sorry, but your fiance made an expensive error.

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A child threw something at our sony bravia tv. now when we turn it on it looks cracked and no picture.


Most likely the lcd panel is damaged. You can consider repair but the panel is very expensive. You may want to consider replacement. Unfortunately that is the downside to these tv's, a tube tv can't withstand a little more abuse then the screens of lcd and plasma televisions. If you need any further assistance please let me know.
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Unfortunatly, no.. You will end up spending more on the repair then the cost of a new tv typically.


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I can't turn off the child lock .. it came on by itself... the tv is about 5-6 yrs old How do I turn off the child lock please?


hi,

Your best bet is to get an original replacement remote. Use the remote to disable child lock. Also this Philips is actually an LG product so you may find an LG remote is cheaper than any other brand. Might be worth keeping an eye on ebay to see if anyone sells a bare remote control. Have you contacted Philips?


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a professional. -These electronics go threw a self diagnostic when they start up, normally they turn off when they find a problem.

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I have the child lock on and the remote control is broken. How can I turn the tv on without the remote control


The power button on the TV doesn't work because of the child lock?
I went over the copy of your manual for your TV. It must be the child lock timer problem.
I would try leaving the TV unplugged for 30 mins and see if that reset the TV and releases the lock.
If it doesn't work, the remote needs to be replaced. A universal remotes aren't really universal when you need to use special buttons. The remote made for the TV is the best.
If your TV is the model 47PFL7403D, here's the cheapest place to buy a replacement.
http://www.philips.newremotecontrol.com/catalog_item.php?catnum=313922852812

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Shattered screen


Change the screen!

I am sure that the cost of a screen change would be more expensive than replacing the TV set.

If that was my child. You can be sure that there will be no more TV until he can buy his own! And I mean that...


Jerry G.

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The LCD panel will have to be replaced. Contact a Philips service agent for cost.

The cost of a replacement screen will probably outweigh the cost of a replacement TV.

If you have household insurance, it should cover accidental damage.

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LCD TV picture screen very dark


I have the same issues with my Westinghouse LCD set. I've found that going into the settings (using the TV remote) I can get it back to a bright picture by selecting 'restore factory settings'. It is aggravating and a pain, but I can correct it.

It only seems to do it on the analog stations, not the digital (HD) ones, so maybe it will go away after the conversion next year.

Hope this works for you.

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