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Friday, July 8, 2011

DIY How to Fix flat panel TV? What is Most common TV repair?

11 comments:

  1. 50% of the time it's the blown caps in the power supply like in Philips T.V.s & Samsung too
    check out www.Youtube.com/tampatec for video tutorials on top of this website

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  2. very impressive article, aw-sum info, i am author for samsung

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  3. I have a vizio E371VL that won't turn on (but the yellow light comes on to show that it is receiving power) so I replaced the entire power board and it STILL won't work. Any ideas?

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  4. Try disconnecting the t-con or logic board and see if the set comes on. If it comes on replace the board.

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  5. I watched your videos on youtube and they were very helpful. I have a samsung 50" plasma with sound but no picture. I took the back off and didnt see any bulging caps, any other ideas? If you have any please email me at ejax14@hotmail.com

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  6. It's possibly (likely?) the t-conn board.

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  7. Hi
    I have a Panasonic flat screen plasma model # tcp46c2 ,and for some reason the vertical has gotten too tall and I cant figure out how to adjust the vertical part of the picture.
    There is no option to adjust the vertical in the set up with or without the remote.
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  8. Hey Tampatec...I have a Philips 50 plasma that I have replaced the 2 bulging caps...but still no-go...still get long red light and 2 short lights...checked all fuses that are visible....is there a possibility I have more bad caps that aren't bulged? I will continue to check them but so far I've not found any others...ideas on my where I should go next? please email me at totallyfish@hotmail.com. thanx in advance for any help.

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  9. I think that you should always hire someone to do you flat screen tv repair. There is nothing worse that screwing up you tv.

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  10. I have a Toshiba 40" flatscreen and it wont turn on can you help me fix it.

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  11. I am glad I found your post. I cannot afford much to repair my tv. What other suggestions do you have towards me fixing my TV?

    bryanflake1984| http://www.tvvideorepairil.com

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