Question about Televison & Video
That sounds like it has a problem with the power supply section. You'll need to find the authourized repair depot for your make and model, get a estimate from them (don't forget to add in shipping etc) Then see if you can find a local tv repair shop to give you an estimate. Next find out what a new replacement tv would cost. That will give you some numbers to figure out if it is worth fixing. Generally the newer/bigger it is the better chance its worth fixing. The buzzing could be capacitors or other parts in the power section. Some shops will be able to just replace these and others will want to change the entire board out (more $$) which is why you want as many estimates as you can get. If the repair price gets too close to the new price then don;t try to save a few dollars get the new one. The old may have other problems that will show up and a new tv has a warrenty.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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