The DIY Plasma Television Repair Resource Site


Learning how to repair plasma televisions at the comfort of your homes has now become a possibility. The internet can now virtually transform our own living rooms into TV repair schools without the high tuition fees of attending a formal course in an actual laboratory or classroom setting. If you’re already an experienced TV technician then this is very much boon as you won’t have to leave your house just to learn repairing the newer big screen televisions that are slowly taking the place of the older televisions. You can learn on the job! And as far as I’m concerned, that’s an option that should be given everyone.

One of the best sites (if not the best site) out there to get relevant information that you can actually use is this Plasma Television Repair Membership Site which I’ve already mentioned a number of times in this blog. Basically, this site is Mr. Kent Liew’s database of every pertinent information regarding Plasma TV Troubleshooting and Repair. He promises to give you access to at least 70 training and plasma repair and service manuals along with his service bulletin and his very own Visual Troubleshooting E-book which I think is pretty cool and would be of great help to electronic repair beginners like me. The membership is lifetime and you will get access to whatever additions he makes to the database in the future as he promises to update the site regularly.

Check out some of the following plasma TV problems. Have you encountered these?

Color aberration

Horizontal bands on screen

Plasma screen severe image distortion

Plasma screen distortion

Reddish pictures on screen

Screen flicker

With the help of Kent Liew’s Visual Troubleshooting Guide, you will learn what the above display problems mean and which circuits to look for to correct them.

That’s basically it! It’s one of those no-nonsense websites that goes right to the nitty-gritty and teaches you the stuff you really need to know by providing, and I quote, only “the best and the latest” to stay competitive in the electronics repair business. After you get your access, you can go immediately and download everything he’s promised: the manuals, e-books, software access instructions, SMD codebook and many more!

Ey, you should check out the site to see their members area screen shots and some sample repair training and service manuals. Like me, I think you’ll be thoroughly impressed!

Best of luck in your plasma television repair projects!


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  1. Deanna R. Jones says:

    Thanks for the tips! I’ve had my plasma screen T.V. for a couple of years. It’s always had a problem with making the screen flicker. I’ve tried to fix it, but I can’t seem to get it to stop flickering myself. Perhaps it would be best if I take my T.V. to a repair contractor who can fix it once and for all.

  2. Russ says:

    I have a LG Plasma set 65 inch the insulation on one side has dropped across the screen how do I repair this set is about 5yrs old

  3. Cynthia Rose says:

    My brother is having troubles with screen flicker on his plasma television set. It really came out of now where so we don’t understand what could have caused the problem. We are hoping that the problem will be relatively easy to fix. It would put all of our minds at rest knowing he doesn’t need to buy a new set.

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