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What is the make and model?? Its unusual to be able to buy a complete new chainsaw replacement engine, A lot of chainsaws have the crankcase making up the bottom end of the saw which is the majority of the complete saw by the time you've finished, However most parts are individually available
I had a similar problem with the same model of Blanco Oven but in my case the clock was completely dead apart from the letter A which was lit (and this proved there was power to the oven).
The oven would not work because the clock module (electronics control unit) was dead.
I rang a Blanco parts supplier, who advised the clock module was no longer available (Blanco advised the same). Another supplier said they could supply the clock module for A$425 which is an absolute ripp off (a reasonable price would be A$50 as it only has a couple of components).
As the clock module is not essential (it only provides the time, alarms, and fancy features most people don't need) I decided to by-pass it by shorting out the two (brown) wires on the LHS (which connect to the relay on the clock module). In effect it behaves as if the relay is always ON, supplying power to the stove.
The oven now gets power and works fine and it cost me virtually nothing to repair. I strongly recommend this solution to anyone experiencing problems with the clock module.
Some basic understanding of electrical/electronics systems is all that is needed to implement this repair.
Yes you can replace the screen. The idea may not be cost effective. You can probably purchase the same TV at the same cost. If you would like to replace the screen, I would suggest you look for the identical TV. A garage sale, pawn shop or a TV repair shop for one that is available for salvage. You will have to be patient. These TVs are still new on the market, and demand is still high for salvaged parts. Just be patient. See Encompass Parts or Shop Jimmy websites for some of these for salvage. Thanks for asking, and good luck,show a few hands of support.
The LCD panel has physically broken and is impossible to repair. The only fix is to replace the complete panel, but it will cost more than buying a complete new tv, sorry.
When you buy a flat panel tv you are effectively buying the panel at a huge volume discount and all the other parts which turn the panel into a functional tv are effectively bundled for free. Buying the flat panel as a spare part does not benefit from the same economy of scale and so even without labour and shipping charges, they can actually cost more than a brand new tv and definitely cost more than a secondhand, used, tv.
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I've never seen a source for replacment LCD or plasma screens for TVs. Effectively the screen is like the chassis of a car; you can buy everything except that as a repair part.
Even if it were available, the cost of the part would be very close to the cost of an entire TV set. Your best bet is to buy the same model with a blown power supply and take that part from yours to make a whole TV.