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My son has tapped the screen of our Emerson led tv and now there is like a bullet hole shape with lots of colored lines spraying out from it. It has no picture but has sound now. How can I fix this?


Buy a new screen, or even better, buy a new TV, because the screen, if on the market could be twice to even three times the price of a new TV and then you still have to put it in.
Sorry, but nowadays it is cheaper to buy a new television, then to repair one. Special, when you know the display should be replaced.

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Does a "bullet hole" on the screen mean the tv is ruined?


If there is any kind of physical damage to the LCD(I'm assuming), yes, I would definitely say it's ruined. For more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.

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I have a Toshiba 32"


Hi,
You need to replace the TV screen. It could not be repaired. Just get it replaced at dealer.
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I had a gunsmith install my Konus #7234 3x9x32 and the instructions were not forwarded. Q. As I look down the scope at the target, the adjustment labeled left (with arrow) is that oriented like my left...


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How do you use a frankford arsenal bullet puller


Remove the screw on cap and select the appropriate collet.
Place collet over hole in top of Impact Bullet Puller and screw cap on loosely.
Insert cartridge with a rotary motion until case rim seats against the collet, or the extractor groove engages the collet.
Tighten cap firmly.
Strike the Impact Bullet Puller against a hard wood surface, while holding the Impact Bullet Puller handle parallel to the surface and the Impact Bullet Puller head perpendicular to the surface at the time of impact.
This technique will give the maximum inertia to the bullet being pulled. Two or
three impacts should pull most bullets.
Never hit the Impact Bullet Puller on a steel or concrete surface. The best hard
surface to use is the "end grain" of a block of wood.
Check tightness of cap after each blow.
Remove cap, push case out of collet, and recover pulled bullet and powder

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Blue pixels all over Screen. 42" Sony Wega LCD


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My son has just tapped on the screen of his Onn Lcd Tv and now there is like a bullet hole shape with loads of coloured lines spraying out from it. How can I get rid of it?


Helo Kezzae:


The Lcd panel may have been damaged or it just may be the internal screen, the tv will have to be looked at to make sure that the lcd panel has not been damaged.

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