TV Repair Questions? Ask a TV Technician for Answers ASAP
Hey there! Welcome to Just Answer, an independent, paid-support site. Sorry to hear you're having problems, my name is ***** ***** I'm going to do everything I can to help you find the information you need. When you say "repaired", do you mean there's physical damage to display? Or does the display simply not work?
Without adequate information about your situation, I can only provide you with a generalized answer, hopefully, it will still be helpful to you. If you can provide me with additional information about your situation, I may be able to provide you with even more pertinent information. If the display isn't working and is not physically damaged (cracked screen, etc), you can call one of these numbers provided it's a consumer display:
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If this is a commercial display, please contact *****@******.***
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If the display is physically damaged, cracked, etc... I'm really sorry to hear this happened and it pains me to tell you that once an LCD panel is broken, it cannot be fixed. Can it be replaced? Yes, but the replacement cost on an LCD panel is approximately 90-95% of what the TV cost new and most of the time the panels are only available to authorized service centers. If you can find a "donor" TV, one with bad electronics, you could swap your working boards and parts into that TV. I don't advise removing a working panel from a TV chassis unless absolutely necessary because they are extremely easy to damage.
What I generally recommend with broken LCD panels is that you pull as many parts out of it as you can and sell them on eBay, or sometimes you can sell the TV on second-hand sites like eBay. People are often looking for the working boards from a TV with a cracked screen. If you opt to do that, make sure you take at least one photo showing that the TV has a cracked screen and that the TV works minus the cracked screen. Most buyers will want to see that. Once you have removed the working parts you can either work with your local municipality or trash collection and recycling company to dispose of the TV. Some major electronics retailers, will accept and dispose of unwanted TVs for a fee.
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