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How to fix Samsung lcd tv screen

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Samsung TV Vertical Lines

I have an older Samsung plasma TV that developed some colored vertical lines during the past year.
Most of the time a simple cleaning will fix the problem so that is what I am attempting during this video.
It may work, it may not. It could be a number of other things, I am simply trying something that doesn't cost anything and that anyone can do at home.
Hopefully what you see here can help you if you have a similar problem.
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Why you can't fix an LCD tv with a cracked or damaged tv screen

Due to all the hype that you've probably heard about fixing or repairing a cracked or damaged television screen on a flat screen tv is all but below the truth. You cannot repair or replace a damaged television screen.
LCD/LED television screens are very fragile. The slightest impact will definitely crack the television screen. In most cases you cannot see the crack until the tv is powered on and the tv screen lights up.
You cannot fix a crack in the screen, nor can you buy or purchase a screen replacement. Television manufacturer's do not make the screens separately for retail. It would actually just be a waste of money and time for them.
If your television screen is cracked or damaged you'll just have to buy a new tv.
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Samsung LCD TV Repair - How to Remove & Install Backlight Inverter/Power Supply Board (LIPS) Board

How to properly remove the LIPS board for BN44-00264A, BN44-00264B, & BN44-00264C
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In this video we will show how to properly remove this board from the panel for replacement or repair. This board is a combination of both the backlight inverter and the power supply and can be referred to as a LIPS board.
It is very important to be careful when removing this board from the panel. You will want to be sure that you do not remove or damage this black strip on the panel which connects directly to the lamps underneath.
I will begin by disconnecting this cable from the LIPS board. Next, using a screwdriver I will remove all of the screws that secure the board to the panel. Be sure to save the screws as you will use them again when re-attaching the board.
After I have removed the screws, I will pull the board free from the panel. The board is secured in place by tabs that are inserted into the black strip. In order to safely remove the board, I will put my hands on both sides of the board and slowly and gently begin pulling back while rocking the board back and forth until I have pulled it free.
Be sure to not use too much pressure and always be sure all of the tabs have been removed from the black strip before lifting up on the board.
Now, I am ready to re-install my repaired or replacement board back into the TV. Again, I will put my hands on either side of the board and line up the tabs. Then, I will slowly and gently begin applying pressure while pushing the board back into place in the black strip.
Next, I will reinstall all of my screws to secure my board to the panel. After the screws are installed, I will re-attach the cable and put the back cover on the TV.
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Samsung LED TV Blank Screen No Picture With Good Backlights Basic Troubleshooting Help

How to troubleshoot a Samsung LED TV that has a blank screen but does have backlights
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How to Fix LED LCD TV with horizontal & vertical lines on the screen

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

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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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Samsung TV With No Image & Blank Screen & Has Backlights - Samsung LCD TV Troubleshooting Help

Basic tutorial showing how to troubleshoot Samsung LCD with Blank Screen & Has Backlights


Here we have a thirty two inch Samsung LCD TV. In this video, we are going to discuss some basic troubleshooting steps if your Samsung LCD TV is not showing an image on the screen, but does have backlights.
In most Samsung LCD TVs, we have four boards. We have the main board, the power supply board, the backlight inverter. The backlight inverter can sometimes be covered by a plastic or metal shield. We also have the T-con board, the T-con board can also sometimes be covered by a shield. Click the link in the video for more information on the basic functions of these boards.
If you have no image on the screen of your Samsung LCD TV, you will want to first, run the flashlight test to see if your TV has backlights and an image on the screen, when pointing the flashlight at the screen. Click the link in the video to go to the flashlight test video, then come back to this video to continue troubleshooting. After running the flashlight test, you have now been able to determine if your TV has backlights or not and if your TV has an image on the screen while using a flashlight.
If your TV does have backlights, but no image on the screen, continue watching this video for troubleshooting help.
The first thing you will want to do is check the t-con board and the main board, and give them a visual inspection looking for 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 and removing screws, that you take a picture of what the board looks like in the original state, and then you will have a reference for when you reconnect all of the cables.
If you do not find any damaged or burnt components, then you can also check the LVDS cable to be sure that it is seated properly and that there is no damage visible on it.
Here is an example of what an LVDS cable looks like. If you do see visible damage to the LVDS cable, you can search your TV model number on our website to try and find a replacement.
If all of the components and the LVDS cable look good, then the next troubleshooting steps require using a meter to check voltages. If you are not able to check voltages, then the problem could either be with the main board, the t-con board or the TV panel. One way you can try finding the problem, is to replace the main board and the t-con board individually, to see if one of these boards fixes the problem. This would require you to purchase both boards and then see which one fixes the problem or purchase them individually and see which one fixes the problem.
If you are going to purchase multiple boards and replace them individually, before purchasing be sure to understand the return policy of the company you are purchasing from, as there may be restocking fees or parts that are not returnable.
Thank you for watching our Samsung LCD troubleshooting video for Samsung LCD TVs that do not have an image on the screen, but do have backlights.
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Samsung LCD TV Repair - Identifying Samsung T-Con Board Part Numbers - How to Fix Samsung LCD TVs

LCD TV Repair Part Numbers Identification Samsung T-Con Boards
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The Timing Control, or T-Con Board is a part of your TV's LCD Panel Assembly. The T-Con Board is centered on the top or bottom edge of the back of the Panel and hidden under a metal or plastic cover. It is connected to the Main Board via the LVDS Cable, and to the LCD Panel via flat ribbon cables. Samsung T-Con boards are part-number specific, and do not require matching TV model number, serial number, or panel number in order to confirm compatibility.

If the label found on the back of the panel begins with LT, then the TCON board will be manufactured by Samsung and is identified by using the following part number pattern: LJ94- followed by 5 numbers and 1 letter for a suffix(LJ94-#####[A-Z]). The LJ94- portion of the part number will never appear anywhere on the T-Con board, but the rest of the part number can be found within a mix of numbers and letters printed on the board label. These labels vary in location, size, and color, and can also have a barcode printed on them.

Look for the line of text that begins with 1 letter, followed by 5 numbers, 1 letter, and then a mix of numbers and letters. Ignore the first letter and write down the five numbers and letter that follows. Should the T-Con label only have 4 numbers printed after the first letter, you must add a zero in front of the four numbers to complete your Samsung part number. Write LJ94- in front of these six characters, and you have successfully identified the part number for your Samsung T-Con Board!

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Search your LJ94 part number on ShopJimmy.com to find a compatible replacement. Typically, your part number will match the ShopJimmy Item Number.

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If searching your part number directs you to items that have slightly different part numbers, take a look at the product details to confirm that your part number is in the substitute parts field. As long as your part number is found in the substitute parts field, this item will be a compatible substitute and will work in your TV.

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If searching your part number directs you to items that have slightly different LJ94 numbers, take a look at the product details to confirm that your part number is in the Substitute Parts field. As long as your part number is found in the Substitute Parts field, this item will be a compatible substitute and will work in your TV.

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Samsung LCD TV Repair - TV Won't Turn On - How to Replace Power Supply & Main Board

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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.

So in this video today we are going to be looking at a Samsung LCD and how to diagnose if you have a bad main or a bad power supply. This particular power supply is the BN44-00197A and this is a high voltage power supply. So it has these two high voltage leads that go out to the inverters and it has a couple of connections that go to the main board. If your power supply looks different, we are going to take a look at how to check those power supplys too, but it will be a little bit different from this one.
So this video is for if you have no standby, or if you have standby and the TV will not power on and also if you have no backlights. It kind of covers a lot with this one. So in order to find out where the problem lies, we are going to go ahead and disconnect the main board by undoing the two cables from the power supply. We are then going to use some jumpers to force the power supply and the backlights to turn on and then we will know that if the backlights come on and the voltages are all present that the power supply is good.
Now in this case, I have just got some jumper wire and you can also use resistors, sometimes it is a little bit safer to put a resistor in there, but straight wire will work too.
You can see here we have got a little diagram showing the pinouts for the connector. You can see that pin 1 is going to be the power on off and down to pin 3 is our 5 volt standby and those are the two pins that we have to jumper. On these connectors, because they are double row pins they mark pin 1 that little triangle right there and on these it goes pin 1, pin 2, 3, 4, and it goes back and forth. So we know that pin 1 is going to the first pin and pin 3 is going to be the next pin over from it.
Go ahead and follow that brown wire down and that's going to be on this side and we can take our jumper wire and put it into the first hole and the one right next to it, pins 1 and 3. The nice thing is that if you have the insulated wire, you don't really care if it falls over and where it lands because it won't short out. If you have bare wire, be careful that it does not touch the metal chassis, because otherwise it could short out which could be bad.
On the second connector you see its got the 5 volt detect line and inverter on off, that's pins 1 and 5. Then its going to be the 2 outside pins. Jumper it like so and then again we have insulated cable so we don't care about where it lands. Now we can go ahead and plug in power and see what happens. So if your backlights are working correctly, you are going to see the white lights shining through the holes in the back of the TV. This light should turn on pretty much immediately, there shouldn't be any real delay. As soon as you apply power, you should see this white light shining through. If you see that, that means your backlights are good. With those jumpers in, it should stay on permanently. If you had problems with your backlights failing after a few minutes you could put the jumpers in and run it and then see if the light stays on. If it does, then you know that the power and backlight inverters are good and that you actually have a main board issue.
This is also a good chance to take your meter and just check that the other voltages on the power supply are correct and present. So I have got it set to DC and we will just use the chassis for a ground, usually I just find an empty screw hole and drop the negative probe in there. Now we can go through and we can probe the connections. This is standby, which we know we have, there's the terminal voltage and we can go down here and check for our voltages. So we have got a 12.4 volts which is close enough. It should be 13, but half a volt is pretty normal. You can just go through and compare and make sure that they are all present and correct. If they are all good, then you know for sure you have got a main board issue and you can go ahead and replace the main.

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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.
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Half of TV Screen Not Working - T-Con Cleaning Repair - Samsung/Vizio/LG TV Support

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In this video we will look at a common symptom in TVs and one possible cause of the symptom and repair.
The symptom that we are looking at is if your TV is only showing half the picture on the screen. One of the potential causes for this problem, could be a connection on the t-con board. In order to check the connection on the t-con board, first unplug the TV and then remove the screws on the back of the TV, and remove the cover or covers.
Locate the t-con board in your TV and then remove the shield or cover that is over it, if it has one.
We have three connections at this t-con board. The single connection on top, runs to the main board. These other two connections run to the buffer boards on the panel.
If we had no picture on the TV screen, we could check the connection point that goes to the main board, but since we are seeing half the screen, we will focus on these connections at the bottom.
Locate which side the picture is not showing up on your TV and then check the ribbon cable connection on that side.
First be sure the ribbon cable connection is flush and inserted perfectly into the t-con, like shown on the screen.
Be sure it does not look like these images, which are not perfectly inserted.
if the cable is inserted correctly, and you are still seeing the half screen image, the first step is to lift up the tab, and reseat the cable.
If that does not fix the problem, then it is recommended to lift up the tab and clean the connection on the board, and then clean the ribbon cable as well with some isopropyl alcohol.
Be sure the TV is unplugged while doing any of these troubleshooting steps, and wait for the alcohol to dry completely before reconnecting the cable and powering back on the TV.
Reseat the connection and see if you now have the full screen image.
If this does not fix the problem, you can repeat these steps on the connection on the buffer board to see if that fixes the problem. If repeating the steps on the connection on the buffer board does not fix it, then you most likely have a short in the panel.
You would then have to replace the panel, which is most likely not possible, since replacement panels can be very difficult to find and expensive.

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