Question about Televison & Video
Unfortunetly that sounds more like a visit to the repair depot to get it fixed. You have failed components or just about failed components probably in the power section of the main board. It probably will either require replaceig parts or the board to fix. The problem is actually the cost of the repair. It may come to about the same cost as a new replacement tv.
So what you need to do is go to the manufactuers website and find the support numbers or if they show directly the phone numbers for the local repair depots or authourized service center. You will also want to call any local tv repair shops as well. What you do is get an estimate only. Do not send it in quite yet. Then what you need to do is have a look around for what a replacment tv is worth. This sounds obvious but the repair could be $400 and a new repacement tv might sell for $299 on sale. when you have those numbers then you know if it is worth fixing or to just get a replacement.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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