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My 47" LCD Smart T.V. was working fine last night. I got up this morning and I have sound but no picture. The VIZIO icon lights up as usual but I get no picture, only sound. From the time I turned it on, nothing appeared on the screen. I have already tried unplugging it for a while and still nothing.
Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish board that call the T-CON board for the replacement.This board sit in the middle at the bottom of the LCD screen panel.This T-CON board only job are to decodering picture pixels dots only before it show up to the LCD screen panel.
Call LG trade in the broken LCD screen tv.Get some discount for the purcharse of a new tv.Not worth it to replaced the LCD broken screen,because they're limmtted produce,replacing the LCD screen and labors will exceed or same as a new tv.
Yes you could get the screen replaced, however the cost of this now-a-days is almost equal if not more expensive than purchasing a new TV. It is not always economical to have the screen replaced, it is maybe more worthwhile to think about buying a new one instead.
Samsung only makes TVs that last 2 years, mine also has the same problem. Throw it away and buy a cheaper disposable TV, despite all the hype Samsung is just another cheap and nasty manufacturer who uses its customers as product testers. Why do you think they keep changing model numbers every week ?
> IF IT WASNT DIGITAL HD I WOULD HAVE SUSPECTED HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY BUT THAT DOES NOT EXIST HERE. Well, not completely true; the fluorescent backlight is still a high voltage device, even if only hundreds of volts instead of kilovolts, and either the lamp(s) or the power supply for it (them) is causing the dropout of your picture.When it does it next time, look at the screen from various angles, I think you will see that video content is still there.
If you are using a set top box this might be caused by turnig the box on at the same tie as you turn the tv on or slightly after you turn the tv on. If you are using compnent or HDMI inputs the set needs to see the signal as it is turned on to know what formt the signal is in.