Question about Sharp Aquos LC-32D40U Television
Sorry for the delay in responding. But, yes, it was a simple matter of some screws. The technician took my TV down from the wall, opened up the back, removed and set aside some parts, and then replaced the screws in question. Since then, the TV has been working just fine. The tech said there was a bulletin put out by Sharp on this (apparently it's a common problem). I don't have the work order on me right now, but I can come back later tonight and post the specific part name and location of the screws (and order number for the screws.)
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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Is this a relatively simple thing to fix,
no it is not that simple.
it so expensive that we should just buy another TV?
no it is not expensive.
no need to buy new tv.
smell might be due to short circuit of some components which may not be that expensive
better to call skilled tech for fixing
it is not a major problem
it happens so many times.
hope this will help.
Oct 14, 2007 | Televison & Video
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