The Do-it-Yourself LCD TV Repair Solution

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The liquid crystal display (LCD) has come a long way from its Japanese digital watch beginnings. Today you’ll find LCDs everywhere and one area that it has experienced exponential growth in is in the entertainment devices industry, particularly, the LCD television segment.

If you bought one yourself and are looking and are reading this post then I’m guessing things may have turned ugly for you and your LCD or LED TV and that perhaps you’re looking for some repair information. If you’re still within the warranty period then you may stop reading and just bring it to the manufacturer’s service center and have it fixed for free. Otherwise, please read on.

In my opinion, being able to do simple things like replacing the busted backlights or fix the power supply module of LCD TVs should become an option for TV owners versus having no choice at all but to bring it in to a repair shop or service center and then get charged a painfully high premium a fix that would otherwise be a simple tweak. Learning how to repair your TV yourself can be a great exercise for you because it can save you a lot of money and perhaps even let you earn extra cash by doing the same service for others.

Read: What’s the difference between LCD, LED and OLED TVs?

lcdtvrepairmember_cardBut is such an option really feasible? Is there a way to learn how to do this via the DIY route? Well, here is where electronics repair professional Kent Liew comes in with his LCD/LED/3D repair training membership site where he provides expert level advice and information for those on a quest to learn, improve and excel in the field of electronics repair. His membership site contains a huge database of repair and service manuals, schematics, course e-books, etc. which you can access when you get in. Kent only asks for a one-time fee of $29.95 and you’re in for life and able to access member resources at your convenience. One good thing about the program is the fact that it can be useful for all skill levels— from novice to expert level technicians. The site continually gets updated with new info so you can be sure you’ll get up to date information as the technology moves ever forward. Case in point, they now have repair information on newer LCD TV technologies like the LED and 3D flat screens that are now flooding the market.

With the right kind of information, learning how to repair LCD televisions is no longer that hard for anyone willing to learn. No need to go to formal TV repair schools to learn complicated theoretical concepts. All you need is some enthusiasm to learn, a computer, the right tools and the detailed step-by-step visual how to’s complete with schematic diagrams, tv repair and service manuals and hundreds of pages of information on more than 400++ different brands of LCD TVs which Kent makes readily available to you anytime you need it.

>>>Check out Kent Liew’s LCD TV Repair Training Membership Site<<<

(See related article: LED and 3D LCD Flat Screen TV Repair Information)

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42 Responses to “The Do-it-Yourself LCD TV Repair Solution”

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  1. Ric says:

    I have a 50 inch Samsung led flat screen tv it has a beautiful picture but when you first turn it on it cold it makes it’s coming on music that a Samsung makes and no pictures it may do this three or four times and it well come on but shows a A very blurry frozen type picture with no sound and you can’t even change channels or do anything with it and then it goes back off and on sometimes as many as 6 or 7 times before it comes back on and shows a perfect picture and stays on all day if you want it to

  2. Scott says:

    I have a Samsung that had the ghost bar across the top of the screen. Can this be repaired?

  3. joAnne says:

    Please help. I have a 46in Westinghouse that was given to me. I’m going thru a divorce so funds are tight. I found (thru you-tube) that it needs a new ribbon cable. Being the most technologically challenged person ever, upon finding this I got a little excited and knocked over the back cover of the tv that I had leaning against a chair. In doing this, the cables connected to the power supply board (if that’s what it’s called—I’m talking about the twisted cables plugged into the ‘thingy’ on the back of the tv power button). Yes, that got unplugged and I don’t k now how to put it back together. If I can get this done, I’ve got a nice tv and replacement ribbon cables on the way. Please help?

  4. Steve says:

    My vizio M550SV 55 in.tv has back light but still goes black it used to go black and I could turn it off and on till the picture would come back on but about a year ago it went out for good. Was told by the techs at bestbuy that it was going to cost more than it was worth. I looked on YouTube after it just set up for shear and hoping it’s not that much

  5. Tim Gormont says:

    When tv is turned on it cycles through the color screens and the picture never comes on

  6. Tim Gormont says:

    I have a sanyo dp42840 when i turn it on it goes to a bluescreen then green then red thenit starts over again

  7. Pardeep says:

    my samung lcd model ua26eh4000r display not working disply plet water damge plz me kya krun

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