Question about LG Televison & Video
LG has a serious problem with their soldering abilities. Since they started in the TV business their units have been less than stellar. I have seen enough of them to know that I would not buy an LG. In their defense, at the same time that they started making TVs the removal of solder from the process was mandated. This meant that they, as everyone else, would have to use more antimony which makes the bond harder and more prone to breakage. There you have it, the boards predictably broke solder joints and failed in various ways. In all my years of fixing TVs, when a unit works OK, then doesn't, then does, it is always solder joints. Now though, they cannot usually be repaired in the field. Look to the control board as this is generally where the problems originate. Let me know if you need more help. Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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