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Re: MY LCD TVs (2) HIT WITH HAMMER
You will find that the replacement panels will cost as much if not more than the original TV cost. The answer to your specific question is yes it can be repaired. In reality, it is not worth it as the labor charge on top of the parts cost will exceed the original cost or replacement cost.
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No,the LCD screen panel can't be repair only can to be replaced,but it is in a limited parts in the productions and 90% important to the whole tv,by replacing the LCD screen panel,will cost the same as a new tv.No the LCD screen panel internal radiation,will continue to leak and slowly getting bigger and bigger.Sorry this tv is not worth as a whole tv anymore.These problems involving with the tvs LCD screen panels or any other tvs screen panels for that mater damages or broken tvs with a screens panels.Will be end up as salvages tv for those electronic's boards for spare parts for other tvs,that it.
It is most likely the Inverter Board. You can buy them online. The Olevia company got bought out and the only way to have them repaired is by sending it in to a repair shop and they have to send it to this company that is repairing the Olevia models (this is the ordeal I had to put up with) I asked him if I could send it to them but he (in an indian language I could hardly understand) told me I COULD NOT. It is a joke. I repaired my 30" (LT30HV) with the inverter board I bought here ( http://www.lcdparts.net/InverterDetail3D.aspx?ProductID=2510 ). It was $149.00 and they have instructions and pictures on how to repair it. You will have to have basic electrical knowledge as to what goes where when you put it all back together again. Other than that, it took me about 35 min (had to figure out where all the screws were) to take apart, 5 min to take the bad board out, 2 min to install the new one, and 15 min to put it all back together. Good luck
Check all tha caps on the PSB. It may be just chace that the other board went out. If one has problems you can bet the others will have same problem. After you fix one it will be the same on the other.
That may have been an expensive tantrum - I doubt if it will be repaired as a warranty item and the typical cost of replacement makes it a costly lesson.
I doubt if the LCD panel is priced under $6-700.