Question about Sony WEGA KLV-26HG2 26 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
Hi Friends, My TV was knocked off its perch yesterday. All I get now when I turn on is a fist sized shatter on the screen and jagged lines going everywhere and no picture whatsoever. Is it likely that this can be repaired or should I cut my losses and buy a new one? Many thanks for your advice. Chris
OH NO!~!!! It sounds like you broke the display panel. You may be able to replace it or have it replaced but most likly it will cost more then it is worth. Inside on one of the edges is a number. Get it and look up LCD displays on the net as there are only a few major supplyers of LCD panels, and I had a freind get on for 1/3 the price that sony was asking for, and everything plugs into the display or has ribbon cables and need no alighnment after works. Good Luck PS please dont forget to rate this thread.
Posted on Oct 23, 2006
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This is a type of perch for your bird cage that allows for
some self-grooming. It is a great way to
trim down your bird's nails. They often
come in great space-saving styles such as corner perches and half sizes. Look into concrete-blended perches. In my opinion they are the best type of
grooming perches. Here are a few
I recommend getting
at least one medium-sized natural wood perch, one rope perch (again medium
size), and one other type of perch - maybe a therapeutic perch or a second
natural wood perch. Here are some good
examples for your Parakeet.
Perch diameter is an extremely important factor in relation
to perch choice. It is crucial that you
choose a perch that is the right size for your bird. Here is a sizing chart I came across to help
educate you further on perch diameter.
Your bird's foot should wrap around approximately 2/3 of the perch;
their toes should never meet/overlap.
Bird size Perch
small 1/2 an inch or less
Small 1/2 an inch to 5/8 of an inch
Medium 3/4 of an inch to 1 inch
Large 1 inch to 1 1/2 inches
Extra Large 2 inches to 2 1/2 inches
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