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Broken LG LCD TV Capacitor Black Screen My Wont Turn On ...How I fixed my LG TV, Won't turn on or show picture Model: LG42LC7D ...Missing: horizontal pink pixel line
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This very likely a failure in the LCD screen. If you are seeing thin or wide bands, vertical or horizontal across the screen, then you will need to have the unit serviced to repair or replace the screen. If the unit has been dropped or struck (hard) it is possible the connector cable for the screen has come loose, but this is not usually the issue. If the unit is still under warranty, get it serviced. If it is not under warranty, there are several good web sites that provide Do-It-Your-Self instructional videos as well as parts, both new and refurbished and used. If you google your specific model and "screen replacement", you will see a number of results appear that would be of use.
First of all try, changing the input device to some other and see whether you see the same problem. Then connect your present input to a different TV and see. If you feel the input is ok, and it is a problem in the display, this is a case to be handled by a qualified service technician.
it looks to me that you are not a technician becouse you are measuring at the wrong places risking a hazard shock if you have a little experience get the service manual and check your power supply and the h v capacitors near the horizontal output if not please take it to your service center
hi i have a 50" magnavox that has a problem, i was looking at several websites and i find out the dirfferent posibilities.
in your case i have 2 posibble answers.
1) negative image tv turns on and shots down in 2sec flashing pixels on screen dark image has sound but no video screen goes black and then return to normal picture vertical color lines on screen no video vertical color lines with video vertical bars on screen horizontal lines on the image picture goes red after while
IT COLUD BE (X or Y or Z SUSTAIN BOARDS )
2) just left part of screen working just right part of the screen is working vertical and horizontal lines on screen part of screen not working some functions not working no video but has sound functions not working at all
IT COULD BE (LOGIC CONTROL BOARD)
The thin red, green, or yellow/brown line you see running through your LCD is a line of dead pixels. To fix this problem, you will have to get your monitor serviced or, if the monitor is new, replaced.
I work as a contract technician for Vizio, and I can tell you from experience that replacing motherboard is one of the only solutions to this problem. The other solution if under warranty is to replace it. If you experience red, blue, or green pixels where dark shades (like nose, eyes, clothes, etc), call Vizio and accept nothing less than a full replacement! I have had situations where I replaced motherboard and within 2-3 hours the pixels return. Hope this helps.