Question about Televison & Video
If you are not technologically inclined or experienced it is better to take it to a repair shop. Be warned prices will vary enormously.
find out from Mitsubishi; by calling and asking if they have a sound card for that model of tv and what their price is. If there is no detachable card they will tell you so; if there is one you can ask for the price; then add on an average of 100.00 avg for labor and you wil be close to the real price of fixing the tv. On the other hand if it is not a detachable card then you are totally at the mercy of the repair man. built in cards generally need a part replaced on the board; and unless you know about digital electronics you are at their mercy.
Posted on May 17, 2008
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