Question about LG 32LC2D Television
What you are seeing is called memory corruption: the image processor in your tv has a dedicated memory chip that is holding the data on the image; when a part of this chip fails the data it holds gets corrupted and you get a scrambled image and a messed up system - the tv freezes so the only thing you can do is a hard stop. It takes a week to lose them because this is how long it takes for the data to be lost naturally. Of course the moment data is copied again in the defective part it gets corrupted and the problem reappears.
The problem is relatively easy to fix, the entire mainboard must be replaced and this is quite a complicated job. Here it is
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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