Question about LG RU-42PX10 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
To determine what is causing our TV to lose it's picture you would have to do some basic troubleshooting. The areas of concern for that particular model with that issue would be the Power Board, the connectors to the board, fuses on the Y & Z Boards, and so on. Once you have run the tests to determine the parts that need to be replaced you would need to find out the availability of those parts in the area that you are from. The TV is of the age that the cost of repairing it may actually be more than the cost of purchasing a brand new set. Due to downturns in the economy sales of plasma, LCD, and led TV's is much slower than anticipated. This has brought the cost of the new units dramatically.
In closing, do your troubleshooting to identify the parts that need replacing and check their cost and availability. Compare to the local cost of a new TV and that should help you to decide which way to go.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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