Question about Televison & Video
If this is an LCD television take the set into a dimly lit room. Tune to a channel with sound and hold a bright flashlight next to the set shining it into the screen at all different angles. Check for any movement inside the picture. This is easiest in the center where thee is usually the most action. If you see movement in the screen you have a bad backlight or your inverter is not working. This may be a bad power supply. If not then the whole panel may be bad, you may have a bad digital board or main board, your LVDS cable may be bad (unlikely), or your whole panel may be bad. Of course it could be something else... Good luck.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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