No picture,great sound.Did try two things to fix.A hard reset..aka unplugged for 6 hours,also gave it an old school whack.Picture came back on but a few hours later a red flash /line happened then screen went dark,but the sound still good.Any clues?
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I'm not sure if this model is the one that has resistors that go bad. You can actually purchase a pack of resistors in a kit. It will come with solder, the resistors and instructions. You can lay the tv out and take the circuit board out to find the blown components, and replace the bad ones. Takes about an hour start to finish and will cost around $65.00. It has been a few years since I did this, so I'm not sure on the price.
I don't know how to fix your issue but I have the same tv with a cracked glass front. I would be interested in buying your tv for parts to replace my glass front if you are unable to fix yours. Please let me know. Thanks, Dan [email protected]
hi, sounds like u need some solder joints re-worked (probably quite a few for a set that old, but your right it`s a great set), price varies by region greatly, I`m in central florida we would charge 75 for service call & 95-125.00 for labor depending on how long it takes to do the solder rework, hope this answers your question, get it fixed it`s waaay better than the new hd (ha ha ha) sets, video-tek
Try resetting the TV by unplugging from the wall A/C outlet for 3 to 5 minutes, plug back in. No fix? Your TV's LAMP needs to be replaced. Part number; UX21516, for Model 55VG825.
Good Luck, big IRISH.