MY TV is LG 42 PG 60D , serial number :803KCBD35285
MY TV is LG 42 PG 60D , serial number : 803KCBD35285, date of purchase : 7th June 2008. Few weeks ago , TV was turned on, but it was not detecting any signal from any source ( tv antena, home theatre or camera ) . The screen shows no input signal. TV was brought to Dhaka in Jan 2009 and was running all right till few weeks ago when this problem was encountered. Though warranty period is valid, but it is not possible to take the TV back to Singapore from Bangladesh. How can this problem be solved ? Local LG does not have necessary expertise in plasma TV repair.
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Re: MY TV is LG 42 PG 60D , serial number :803KCBD35285
Sound like ur Tuner board have intermitint problems,it work awhile,than the old problems occur again.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish Tuner board for the replacement.Because this problems come and goes.
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On the bottom of the Xbox 360, you will be able to see the Xbox 360 manufacturing date and the Xbox 360 serial number. The manufacturing date is in the following format:
2008-11-03 this is how you read it
(Year-Month-Day) which is the date according to ISO 8601.
The serial number looks like this:
the serial number is formatted (LNNNNNN YWWFF)
L the number of the production line within the factory,
NNNNNN the number of the Xbox within this week.
Y the last digit of the production year,
WW the number of the week of the production year
FF is the code of the factory (02: Mexico, 03: Hungary, 05: China, 06: Taiwan),
So taking the serial number 6144526 14302 this would give us
The first two sets of NUMBERS represents the WEEK it was manufactured, while the second DIGIT represents the YEAR. So...based on the serial number you have provided, that would make the manufacture date of your washer June of 2003. Let me know if you have questions. I hope this helps you.
lift your seat and look at the label that you got your model number from. to the right of the model number is the serial number. the first six digits of the serial number is the date your tractor was made - for example: serial no. 060802D002756 would make the unit made June 8, 2002
Sounds like you're having a problem with your main board assembly. The main board is what processes all your audio/video signals. So if it's not scanning DTV you've probably got a bad card. Call LG's customer support line at 1-800-243-0000 and have them schedule you a service call. Request a DMST if there's one available in your area as they actually work for the factory. Otherwise you may get an ASC(authorized service center) which can be less than reliable at times when it comes to customer support and satisfaction.
Remember to have your proof of purchase handy as well as the full model and serial number. And by model number, I don't just mean 42LG30. On the side or back of the unit there will be a manufacturer's code. The first part is indeed the model#. However, it will appear something along these lines: 42LG30-UA.AUSRMJR or something similar to that.
Have that ready definately. Any tech worth their salt will call you a few days beforehand to try to get that data so they can order boards before coming out there, saving them, and you, an extra trip when they have to come and order boards. Without that extended manufacturer's code, LG techs have a hard time with a lot of models trying to order parts as different revision codes and such use slightly different circuit boards.
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