Question about Televison & Video
LCD sets do not suffer this kind of damage; conventional CRT sets and plasma sets can since they both use phosphors to convert electrons into visible light. LCDs can develop problems with the drivers but then produce stripes of problems such as vertical or horizontal area with no (or incorrect) display. Generally, if an LCD display has failed, it isn't considered repairable so must be replaced completely and the cost will often exceed the cost of a new set.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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