Question about Televison & Video
I have just have my tv repaired a week ago and the picture gone again i was charged £290 for the lower drive pcb 6871qdh0678 to be changed and ysus pcb 6871qyk029a. now they are saying another part on the pcb board has blown and needs £138 to fix surely they should have found what caused the fault the first time? somthing must be causing these to blow,
I have a goodmans t.v i get power throw my t.v but i get no picture do you need a control to take it off stand by ?
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Because of the age of the set it is possible that more problems will occure due to other parts starting to fail. At the time the set was in the shop, most likely the added faults did not show. I have seen this type of thing myself.
I realize that it is wasteful to not service a TV set when the parts are available, but it does not always make economic sense. This is because when you start changing boards and parts, what is left is still very old, and the MTBF rating is most likely up for the remaining parts.
Another very important consideration to evaluate is that the screen itself has a certain number of rated hours and some aging. This means that as time goes on there are increased odds that the screen will fail. This is something that cannot be predicted. The cost of replacing a screen can come out to more than the cost of a new set.
My personal view is that once any electronic device is out of warranty and it fails, servicing it is a gamble. Most of the time it works out okay. But, there are the odds of something else also failing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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