I have owned my Tv for about a year to a year and a half. After keeping the TV on for 30 minutes the screen gets lines in it and then turns off. How can I fix this? Is there a waranty? Where do I take it to get fixed?
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Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish board that call T-CON board to do a replacement.This T-CON board sit in the middle at the bottom of the tv LCD screen panel.This T-CON board control all the picture pixels going throught to the tv LCD screen panel.
Yes this thing start happening to my tv too about 4weeks ago and this goes away in about 15 minutes. TV is only 18 month old and I donot have extende warranty. Please post the solution if someone has got it repaired. Thanks
well it looks to me u need a new tv....all the details u give are pointing that ur picture tube is gone.....but call LG help and costumer line and ask them......u may get away from it to get a new tv make sure when u get a new plasma to extend ur warren tie to a max o 3 to 5 years and if this would happend u get it repaires for free.......cost for a new screen app 1000 to 1500 dollars
keep tv off.
it will only get wors
if sumon dosent work on it soon
the problem you are having in the vertical section of the tv
hav a repairman resolider all conection on the vertical IC and check the serounding componets for falts.
PS the repair takes me about 15 min.
Hello! I have a 32" Vizio LCD...within 30 minutes of the tv being turned on, black lines start running through the bottom half of the screen and eventually blacking out the bottom half of the tv screen. It also doesn't have anything to do with the ratio as I have tried that. HELP!