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If your TV is more than 4 years old repairs will cost as much as a new or refurbished replacement.
Here's something to try:
If your LCD TV or monitor has stopped working, or is displaying one of the following symptoms, then it's a candidate for some new capacitors
- Flickering screen
- Screen image disappears after several seconds
- Dim screen
- Slow start
- Power LED on, but no picture
- Unusual colors and/or lines
The primary cause of LCD TV and monitor failure is caused by faulty capacitors. You can examine the capacitors in your LCD TV or monitor and actually see if they are bad.
If they appear bulged on top, then they need to be replaced.
New capacitors will solve a host of problems in LCD monitors and TV's and will extend the life of your monitor or TV by several years.
Check the cables, connectors and connections.
Take it to a repair shop.
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As a repair person of over 30 years experience I agree with you.
Sets are not being made to either be repaired or service info available as only boards are sold---in some cases NO PARTS were ever available/sold.
Smart people who with service info etc could fix the unit are shut out--once the set is past the original warranty they are not interested in helping you or me.
Several companies recently produced a run of over 50 thousand identical sets---they made no additional parts, no service literature is available,---idea was quite simple---sell all except for a small percentage---any that fail in first year----just exchange--after that the poorly made sets can fail and unless someone had a extended warranty they are out of luck---PS: what happens here is the company "goes out of business" and is off the hook---only to appear again somewhere else under a new name.
Best defense is the Extended warranty---over 80 percent of the sets in our shop are under 3 years of age=====either do that or be prepared to buy a new set every three years=my personal experience is average life span on these sets is 3-5 years and dropping every day.
Hmmmm well I wonder if you aren't being a tad unfair, we must have more faith in professionals that we use to repair our equipment. IF you have taken it to an authorised service center that actually deals and repairs these items as a matter of course, i would take what is stated as gospel. Most often professionals do NOT need to hide behind fabrications of the truth? In any event from what you say this indeed does seem OK, and is quite reasonable actually, in my shop it would cost about the dame if not slightly more! In reality that under $300.00 repair is quite low in the big scheme of things this is why, these days replacement is a better option, in nearly all cases unfortunately. May I add that just because the customer "Thinks" that they have "Sussed" the problem in actuality may NOT be correct and often the most seemingly simplest problems are indeed quite bad. I say have more faith in the people you use> If you want satisfaction one MUST take any repair to the authorised service centers, usually one recommended by the manufacturer or agent, simply contact them and ask for a referral and go from there, as usual ONLY ever first ask for a "Quote".
no person can tell you worth.
a bad monitor is worth nothing
so, any repairs are pure faith , and mostly folly.
CCFLs are not with fixing, unless parts are free and labor free.
ive fixed, many but used part on the inverter was like $5 and my labor to me is 0$
but it can bet the lamps, and new lamps are not cheap
and some are a very difficult job to reach...
why not just buy a use good LED monitor.
end the CCFL for ever, now... that is the best ideal NOW.
All decent watch repairers should issue at least 6 months warranty on their craftsmanship. If the watch repairer can not resolve the problem and your watch is still stopping, you can ask for full refund. Next time save your nerves and time - find on the web where your nearest Omega dealer is and bring the watch to them. It may take quite a lot of time and cost dearer, but you will have your watch serviced at proper Omega workshop and will get original Omega warranty.
Either the engine or the drum bearing are worn out and the rotor/drum is touching the stator/tub. It's normal wear and since replacement parts are no longer fabricated i think it's time to buy a new one.