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TV REPAIR for Beginners- How to troubleshoot

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LCD TV Repair Tutorial - LCD TV Parts Overview, Common Symptoms & Solutions - How to Fix LCD TVs

Repair review of common LCD TV Problems and Repair
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This video is designed to be a guide for testing and troubleshooting your TV repair. Please note that other complications may exist that aren't addressed in this guide. While we always strive to provide accurate and detailed information, we can't guarantee that it will fix your TV's issues.

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We are going to be giving a general overview of LCD TV Repair in this video and we are going to be taking a look at the different components in LCD TVs and what can go wrong with the components and the symptoms they will show and how to diagnose the problems and how to get them fixed.
Before beginning work, be sure you have unplugged the TV from any power source and that you are properly grounded.
Remove all the screws for the back cover of the TV.
Remove the back panel of the TV.
Identify different parts of the TV. Power supply takes in and distributes power throughout the TV.
Main board typically manages all inputs and outputs for your video and sound.
Backlight Inverter controls your CCFLs and the light source for the TV.
T-con board connects the video from the main board to the panel through the LVDS cable.
Not every TV is the exact same.
There are two different levels of TV repair, component level repair and board replacement repair.
The first thing that could go wrong with the power supply is that the TV will not turn on. Be sure your outlet works and then begin to diagnose the issue and either check components or replace your power supply board.
Some common problems on these power supply boards are bad capacitors with bulgy caps or leaking fluid.
The first sign that the main board could have a problem is if you do not have an image on the screen. Be sure your source video is working correctly. Either replace the problem components on the board or replace the entire board.
The t-con board could show a problem symptom if you are able to hear the show on your screen, but you cannot see the image, there is most likely a problem with your t-con board. The t-con is also known for causing vertical colored lines or half of your screen not having an image.
Backlight inverter problem symptoms turn on the TV and the image only shows for a second and then the image goes black, or if you have a flickering image on your screen it could be the backlight inverter that is causing this problem.

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ULTIMATE LCD TV REPAIR SERVICE GUIDE for TROUBLESHOOTING BOARD VOLTAGES

ULTIMATE TV REPAIR SERVICE GUIDE for TROUBLESHOOTING LCDs, guía de reparación de tv, how to use multimeter checking voltages on power board, main board, tcon board, inverter board, audio board, rectifiers, transistors, regulators, VCC, inverter on volts, tcon volts on Vizio, LG, Samsung, Sony, RCA, Emerson, Hisense, Insignia, JVC, Magnavox, Panasonic, Philips, Sanyo, Sharp, Toshiba, Westinghouse, Zenith,
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Repair A TV With Sound But No Picture

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TV Will Not Turn On Troubleshooting Help - LED, LCD & Plasma TV Troubleshooting TV Will Not Power On

How to test for standby voltage to determine if the problem is the power supply or main board.
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In this video we will show troubleshooting steps that will work for a plasma TV, LCD TV & LED TV. Troubleshooting in this video will apply to a TV that will not power on. So if your TV will not turn on, either with the remote or by pushing the power button on it, try these troubleshooting steps.
In these troubleshooting steps, we will use a multimeter to check for certain voltages. In order to continue troubleshooting, be sure you have the proper training, experience, skills and equipment necessary to use a multimeter to check voltages in a TV.
Try all repairs and troubleshooting at your own risk.
Here we have an LED TV that will not turn on. The first thing that I can do is to check and see if there is a standby light in the front of the TV. Some TVs have the ability to show a standby light, while others do not. If I do see a standby light in the front of the TV, that shows that I do have some power going to the TV, but it will just not turn on.
We will continue troubleshooting.
I have removed the back cover off of the TV and I will use my meter to check the standby voltage on the power supply.
First identify the power supply in your TV. Then look for a cable that runs from the power supply to the main board.
Then you can look to see if the board has a legend on it, showing which pins show what voltages.
You will want to look for the one that shows the 5 volt standby. All boards are different, some will have a legend, some will not. Some will have the pin labeled and some won't. If your board does show what pin has 5 volt standby, then check that pin. If it does not show which one if the 5 volt standby, then you will want to check all of the pins on the cable, one at a time and look for one of them to show as 5 volts. As you can see, both pins 1 and 2 show our 5 volt standby. I will check pin 1. Be sure your TV is plugged in. After you check the pins, if you do have 5 volt standby, but your TV is not powering on, then I recommend replacing the main board.
If you do not have 5 volt standby, then you are not getting power from the power supply board. Assuming your outlet works, and the TV is plugged in correctly, I recommend replacing the power supply board.
A quick recap of our first step for troubleshooting the symptom of if your TV will not power on. If you check the 5 volt standby on the power supply, and your meter shows 5 volts, then your power supply is working, but the main board is not turning on the TV. So, I recommend replacing the main board. If you check for the 5 volt standby, and you do not receive 5 volts on your meter, then your TV is not receiving power and I recommend replacing the power supply.
This testing is a great place to start for troubleshooting these symptoms. In some rare cases, if you do have standby, and your TV will not power on, the problem could also be a component on the power supply board, however to start troubleshooting, it is recommended to replace the main board first.
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TV turns ON but no picture or sound black screen FIX

How to FIX LG TV black screen if it wont turn on completely. Flat screen plasma tv turns on but no picture or sound repair. Baking motherboard in oven.

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LED TV Repair Tutorial - Common Symptoms & Solutions - How to Repair LED TVs

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Before you begin your repair be sure to unplug your TV from any power source and properly ground yourself.

We have already removed the back cover of our TV, but you will want to remove all the screws connecting your back cover to your TV and then simply remove the back cover piece.

Over here we have the main board. The main board controls your TVs inputs and outputs, this main board is connected to the backlight inverter/LED driver via this ribbon cable.

Right here we have the backlight inverter/LED driver. This is what supplys power to turn on the backlighting for the TV. LED TVs are basically the same as LCD TVs with one real exception, the source of illumination for the screen and the board that drives that illumination. LED TVs use LED backlights as opposed to LCD TVs which use CCFLs, cold cathode fluorescent lamps. The screen though on an LED TV and LCD TV are the same.

This TV has two power supply boards. Here we have the G7 power supply board, this provides power to the backlight inverter/LED driver via this cable. The two power supply boards are connected to each other right here. The other power supply is called the G6 power supply. The G6 power supply connects to the main board and to a power saving switch located on the outside of the TV. That goes to the switch, this connection here goes to the main board.

Now we have already removed the cover for our T-con board right here, but this LED driver also has a cover. Here is what the T-con board cover looked like originally before we unscrewed it. So if you are doing any repairs to the backlight inverter/LED driver or the T-con board, you will need to remove the covers for each of them, before you replace the board.

Removing the covers can be simply done by removing the screws that hold them to the panel. The T-con board actually takes the image and sends it to the panel which makes it show up on your screen. You can see the T-con board is connected to the LED driver/backlight inverter here and then connects to the panel via these cables here.

One of the most common problems with an LED TV is that the TV will not turn on. If your TV will not turn on and you have no power on your TV, that is most likely a problem with the power supply.

Here are some common symptoms that LED TVs can show that could be a bad main board. If your inputs are not working and you have no signal from the HDMI connection, the tuner connection, the RCA connection or any of those connections etc. That could be a bad main board. If your TV has no audio. If your TV set restarts on its own while powered on, that could be a bad main board. The LED driver is similar to an LCD TVs backlight inverter, so the most common problem here is that you wouldn't have lighting from the LED driver. So your TV would turn on, you could have sound but you would have no image on the screen and no backlights.

Once again, you could use a flashlight and run the flashlight test on your TV. We will put up the link right now on the video for the flashlight test and you can learn how to determine with a flashlight if your TV has back lighting or not. If you find out that your TV does not have back lighting this would be the most common problem here, the LED driver.

Some common problems with the T-con board, is that if you have no picture on your screen but your TV does have backlights and sound, that could be the T-con. Earlier we said it could be the main board, but the T-con could also be at fault if that is the symptom. You could also have colored vertical lines on your screen or half of the screen is missing the picture. Those would both be symptoms that could be a bad T-con board.

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3 WAYS TO FIX HDMI INPUT "NO SIGNAL" PROBLEMS, TROUBLESHOOT GUIDE

1 check cable cord and HDMI devices to TV for a bad connection by wiggling the cable to check if no signal changes to a picture
2 reset HDMI devices and TV by unplugging power for 30 seconds or updating firmware which will fix memory corruption
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HDMI Input Problems - TV Not Showing Image - TV Repair Help and Troubleshooting

Basic troubleshooting and replacement tips for HDMI inputs that are not working.
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In this video we will discuss the basic functions of an HDMI port with your TV and also what you can do to fix it if it is not working properly. Here is what a main board looks like on our Samsung thirty two inch LCD TV.
As we look at a closeup you can see we have highlighted the two HDMI ports. Different TVs will have different amounts of HDMI ports. These ports are responsible for taking in audio and video through an HDMI cable from a source such as a blu-ray player, cable box, satellite box or gaming system amongst others. If you are having trouble receiving an image, video or audio from your HDMI port, you can take the source video and test it on a different HDMI port. For example if HDMI port one is not working properly, then you can take the cable and test it in HDMI port two to see if it is working correctly. If the source video works correctly in HDMI port two, but still does not work correctly in HDMI port one, then you know that you have a problem with HDMI port one.
If your HDMI port is bad, it is recommended that you should replace the main board in your TV. You can find your main board part number and then search that number on our website or you can find your TV model number and then find replacement main boards on our website. If searching by TV model number, you will want to be sure and match the part number on your current main board with the replacement main board on the website.
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Samsung LED TV Won't Turn On No Power & Does Have a Standby Light Basic Troubleshooting TV Repair

How to troubleshoot a Samsung LED TV that does not turn on and has a standby light
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In this video we will review how to troubleshoot a Samsung LED TV that won't turn on and does have standby.
In Samsung LED TVs, you can have differences in the number of boards. Most will have a main board and a power supply board, while some may have an LED driver board and t-con board.
This TV just has a main board and a power supply board. Here is the main board, and here is the power supply board.
The LED driver can sometimes be built onto the power supply board as we can see here on this TV.
The t-con board can also sometimes be built onto the main board or into the TV panel.
This TV has the t-con connection here and then it runs into the panel.
Click the link in the video for more information on the basic functions of these boards.
If you cannot power on your TV, the first thing you will want to check is that you have the TV plugged into an outlet that is working. After making sure that the outlet is working, you will want to check and see that your TV has a standby light.
The standby light will typically be blinking or illuminated on the front of the TV.
If your TV will not power on, and you do have standby, then the problem is most likely with either the power supply or the main board.
The first thing you can do is to visually inspect the main board and power supply looking for damaged components.
Here we have a closeup of the power supply. You can look over the board and do a visual inspection, looking for any raised or puffy capacitors or any burnt or damaged components.
Here are some examples of what a puffy capacitor or burnt or damaged component will look like. If you have any damaged components that look this way, you should replace the board.
If there is not a replacement board available you can also try replacing the individual components or purchasing a repair kit.
Removing and installing new components requires the ability to be able to solder.
When looking for damaged components, or burn marks, you can also look at the bottom side of the board. You would simply just need to disconnect all of the cables and then remove the screws that hold the board to the panel.
Be sure when disconnecting cables and removing screws, that you you take a picture of what the board looks like in the original state with all of the cables connected, and then you will have a reference for when you reconnect all of the cables.
Here is a closeup of the main board, you can look over the board and do a visual inspection, again looking for any damaged components. If you have any damaged components, then you should replace that board.
If you do not see any damaged components, then that next step would be to check voltages on the power supply an the main board.
If you do not have the skills or tools to check voltages, but still want to try and fix your TV, you could also replace the power supply and main board, one at a time, and see if one of those two boards, fixes the problem.
If you are going to purchase multiple boards and replace them individually, to see if one of the boards fixes the problem, before purchasing, be sure to understand the return policy of the company you are purchasing from as there may be re-stocking fees for any returned parts, or parts that are not returnable at all.
Here are some other videos that can help with troubleshooting Samsung LED TV Repair.


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LCD & LED TV Repair - No Picture No Image & Blank Black Screen Flashlight Test - Fix LCD & LED TVs

LED & LCD TV How to Diagnose Symptom of No Image on the Screen
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This flashlight test will show how to identify if you have any video appearing on the screen and whether or not you have backlights. Within this test, we will show how to determine if the problem is a bad t-con board, bad main board or bad backlight inverters for LCD TVs or LED driver for LED TVs.
Most LCD TVs are made up of a main board, a t-con board, power supply board and backlight inverters. Some TVs have one backlight inverter, some TVs have two backlight inverters and some have the backlight inverter built into the power supply board.
Most LED TVs will have a t-con board, a power supply board, a main board and an LED Driver board. Some LED TVs will have the LED driver board built into the power supply board.
If you have no picture on your screen, the first thing we will want to look at is to see if we have backlights or not. You can do this in a few different ways. The first is by looking through the back of your TV and seeing if you can see white lights shinning through holes on the panel.
You can do this a few different ways. The first is by looking through the vent holes on the back cover of your TV and seeing if you can see white lights shinning through the holes on the panel. Be sure to turn off all the lights in the room. As you can see on the screen, we can see the backlight is on through the top vent on the TV.
If it is too difficult to notice if your backlights are on or not, with the back cover still on, you will need to remove the back cover of your TV and look for the light shining through the panel.
Here is what the chassis looks like with the back cover removed and the backlights working. Once you have determined if you have backlights or not, you can then move on to the next steps.
If your backlights are working, but you have no image on the screen, that means the problem is either the t-con board or the main board. Next, you will want to see if you can hear audio. If you cannot hear audio, try and remember if you had audio immediately after the TV image went away on the screen the original time. Or you can also cycle through the inputs to see if you can hear any audio on any of the inputs. For example you could connect your cable box to your TV and try to find the input for that cable box knowing that it would be sending audio to the TV.
If you do have audio and you do have backlights, I recommend starting by replacing the t-con board as that will be the fix, the majority of the time. If you definitely have no audio and you do have backlights, then the problem could either be the t-con board or the main board. You will need to replace each board individually to see which one fixes the problem.
If you do not have backlights, you will want to turn all of the lights off in the room and get a flashlight. Apply power to your TV and press the menu button on your remote to pull up the menu on the screen. You will not be able to see the menu until you shine a flashlight on the screen.
You may need to twist the flashlight and try different angles to be able to see the menu. As you can see on our screen, the menu shows up and you can even read the AV1 on the screen.
This shows that the TV has no backlights, but the image is showing up on the screen, thus our inverter and LED driver is bad and our T-con and main board are good.
You can see on our screen that I can turn the menu on and off and the image appears and then disappears. At this point you will want to replace the inverter or LED driver or the power supply if it has the inverter or LED driver on it.
So as a brief overview, if your TV does have backlights and has audio, I recommend replacing the t-con board first. If your TV does have backlights but does not have audio, then it is either a bad t-con board or main board, and each board will need to be replaced individually to see which one fixes the problem. If you don't have backlights, but you see an image on the screen with the flashlight, that means that your main board and t-con board are good and that you will need to replace the backlight inverter or backlight inverters on your LCD TV and the LED Driver on your LED TV.


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Easy common fix Toshiba LCD TV, troubleshooting dead TV repair review

Easy common fix Toshiba LCD TV, troubleshooting dead TV no power repair review, r850, q880, q860, Q820 fuseable resistor and voltage regulator common fix for Toshiba TV models 42ZV650, 47ZV650, 46XV, 55ZV, 42RV, 55sv, 52xv, power board number PE0702, PE0709, v28a000962a1.

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Plasma TV Repair Tutorial - Common Symptoms & Solutions - How to Fix Plasma TVs

How to identify which board is causing the Plasma TV problem - How to Fix Plasma TVs
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This video is designed to be a guide for testing and troubleshooting your TV repair. Please note that other complications may exist that aren't addressed in this guide. While we always strive to provide accurate and detailed information, we can't guarantee that it will fix your TV's issues.

We are going to take a look at the different boards on the back of the plasma TV and describe what each board is responsible for and the common problems or symptoms that can be shown by a TV and which is most likely responsible for those problems and symptoms.

So, the first part we are going to look at is the power supply which is right here. The power supply takes in and distributes power throughout the TV. This board is either directly connected to your AC power cord or is connected to the AC adapter. Some common problems that can happen with your power supply, is that you have a dead set or your TV does not turn on and you have no standby at all, then you know that you are not getting any power to the TV. You could have a situation where you do have standby, but you can't get the TV to turn on. That could also be caused from your power supply. You could have a bad power supply also if your fuse blows. This power supply has a few different fuses.
The main board which is located over here typically manages your accessory inputs and outputs and houses the TV tuner. So this is what sends the signal from your HDMI ports, your RCA connectors, your VGA input, all your different inputs go through here and are connected elsewhere to get the picture on the screen.
If the set in total resets on its own with you doing anything, it could be your main board that is causing that. If you are having issues with the video on the screen it could be a connection here or the main board is not allowing you to have the full resolution or clear image. Again if any of these inputs don't seem to be working with your TV it could be a bad connection here.
The y-sustain, which is located right here can also be called a y-sus board, a y-main board, and an SC board. So the y-sustain here, connects your PDP assembly through a buffer system most commonly known as a y-buffer or y-scan drive. Which is right here. Some common symptoms of a bad y-sustain, the TV shuts down and power cycles. That would be your TV turns off, and then turns back on again and then turns back off and such. So its running through a power cycle. If you have no picture on the screen, this could also be the y-sustain or if you have a dark picture on the screen. If you have a flashing screen with shadowy sections, this could be the y-sustain. If your TV makes a popping noise, which is usually quite loud and then you have no picture on the screen, this could be caused from the y-sustain.
So, the y-buffer can also be known as a y-scan drive. This y-buffer again is what connects the y-sustain to the panel. These orange colored connections right here are built into the actual TV panel and are what connect to the y-buffer. So if you have a problem with any of these ribbon cables here, they will not be repairable as they are connected right into the panel.
A common symptom of a bad y-buffer board is if you have black horizontal lines running across your entire screen. They would run from one side to the other.
Over here we have the x-sustain board. Common terms for the x-sustain board is x-sus, x-main, z-sus, z-sustain and SS board. Common symptoms that your TV is showing that could be the z-sustain is you will typically have a picture of some kind on the screen, but it tends to look very red or purpley, the picture could be very dark and flash a little bit, you could be getting slow-motion effects on the TV as the panel isn't charging and discharging pixels correctly. So that can be some common problems that could be your x-sustain.
Next we are going to take a look at the logic board. This board can also be referred to as the main logic control board, the control board and the logic main. The logic board is connected to the main board and address buffers, via flat-ribbon cables and can sometimes be hidden underneath the main board.

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LCD TV Repair - No Power, Power Supply Common Symptoms & Solutions - How to Replace Power Supply

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I would like to say that if you are having a problem with your TV be sure to check the model number first. The model number appears in this little box over here. Every TV is different, this is a Sony LCD TV but you will see the model number and serial number over in a box like this. The model number are very important because that is what will help you to identify what parts are needed to repair your TV. If you are having a problem with your TV, please feel free to comment in the comments section below this video or send us a message on YouTube with your TV model number and the problem that you are having. This way we will be able to help you diagnose the problem and suggest a fix.
So the first thing you are going to want to do is make sure you have unplugged your TV from any power source and that you have also grounded yourself properly. Next you will want to take out the screws in the TV that are holding the back cover on it. Every back cover of at TV is different but most are help in by screws and can be easily removed. So we have removed all of the screws here on the back of the TV, now we are just going to remove this back panel.
One thing to consider is that not every TV is going to be the exact same. So not every TV will just have these four main parts some may have more and it may have less. Some of the parts might be connected, where you might have backlight inverters and power supplies on the same board. There are typically two different levels of repair for TV parts. You can open up your TV, find the board number and then look up that board number to find a replacement part or you can take your board and try and repair it at the component level. At the component level you would be testing different components on the board and making sure that they work.
The first board we are going to look closer is the power supply. Now the power supply again, takes in power and distributes it throughout the TV. So the first thing that could go wrong here is that the TV set will not turn on. If you are not able to power on your TV the first thing I would do is double check that the outlet works. Try plugging something else into that outlet and be sure that it turns on. You could plug in a clock, you could plug in anything, but just be sure that the outlet works before you start taking your TV apart. If the outlet works and you are still not getting power to your TV, then you will want to take a look at the power supply. Power supplies will have a fuse on them. You can check the fuse to see if it is blown and if it is you can try replacing that and plug the TV back in. If the TV powers on and the fuse stays good, you should be set to go. If the fuse blows immediately after plugging the TV back in then you will have another issue on the board that is blowing that fuse.
If you are going to try and check you fuse on your power supply, sometimes it can be a little bit more difficult. Some fuses are ceramic and you would need a meter to test that fuse to see if it is bad.
Some common things to look for on these boards are blown capacitors, where you will have a capacitor like this that has become raised at the top or is leaking fluid.
Again, just a reminder that if you have any issues with your TV and you can't quite figure out the problem, feel free to comment below this video in the comment section and try and be sure to include your TV model number, possibly the serial number and any symptoms or problems that your TV is displaying. If you do not want to post a comment below the video, please feel free to send us a YouTube message. The more information that you can provide to us about your TV issue, the faster and more accurate our response can be.
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EASY MOST COMMON TV REPAIR EVER!!!

Must See TV FIX EASY COMMON Samsung TV Repair Repairing LNT LCD PLASMA TV FIX SERVICE VIDEO TUTORIAL HELP Capacitors, get TV repair parts here- Fix STEP BY STEP WALKTHROUGH REVIEW GUIDE for Samsung Repair Also works for LG Sony Panasonic Vizio Toshiba Pioneer LNT KDL Sanyo ln FLATSCREEN TV REPAIR FLAT SCREEN FIX - Hear Clicking sound On & off or color pixel dots sparkles World's most common repair fix service video tutorial television flat-screen model # kdl ln lt lnt hp ht LINK for TV boards & Parts
if you go to get tv repair kit- easy ways
You can Call Samsung Warranty service center & other TV companies too
even if Your TV is Over 1 Year old you May get a Free Fix!!!
---Troubleshoot STEPS
1. soft reset - is just turning tv off & back on
2. hard reset - unplug power to tv for 1 minute then connect power to your Flat-Screen
3. check for loose or bad connections on power-cord ect..
4. call TV manufactor tech-support # They on my Tampatec.Blogspot website on the right-side, TV may still covered by extended warranty if this was a factory flaw, mitsubshi still offers free DLP chips for a few of their TV models years ago...u don't know till you ask
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LED LCD BLACK SCREEN TV REPAIR, COMMON FIX MUST SEE !!!

Watch this common LED LCD TV repair black screen issue that will fix backlight problem using a LED strip tester. See here for repair kit tool LED tester-
LED strips Heat workstation- *link supports channel
We recommend lowering your TV's brightness or backlight setting by 20-25% after installation to reduce risk of repeat failure.
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LED STRIPS AND REPAIR KIT

This fixes:
TV Part Types: LED Light Strip
TV Models: Lg
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Learn How to Troubleshoot and FIX LCD and Plasma TVs

TV REPAIR GUIDE, Learn Easy ways how to troubleshoot LCD or Plasma TVs, reading volts on meter, testing powersupply for standby, X and Y sustain board dc voltages on multimeter. Also for 1 free TV service helpout input promo code PAUL51P at
i recommend fluke meters, This works on most LCD or Plasma TVs like Samsung or Sony that have no power or no picture or red blinking light or clicking on and off.

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