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Topic # 193837 25-Mar-2016 20:23
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Hi

 

 

 

wanting to know if this can be fixed or not ?

 

 

 

ta

 

 

 

 

 

Bad TV pic


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  Reply # 1519836 25-Mar-2016 20:48
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 your picture link is broken

 

https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blog442a7f15f7962e0dfd0e7c9650ecd26d.jpg

 

maybe provide more details, when does it happen, is it one or all channels etc etc

 

 


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  Reply # 1519849 25-Mar-2016 21:15
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that looks suspiciously like impact damage..





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  Reply # 1519852 25-Mar-2016 21:19
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that looks suspiciously like impact damage..

 

 

My thoughts exactly.

 

Anything can be fixed - but if it's a full panel replacement it's unlikely to be cost effective.

 

 


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  Reply # 1519853 25-Mar-2016 21:19
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 Did you drop the TV or something? Seriously looks like damaged display.





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  Reply # 1519858 25-Mar-2016 21:28
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Can see the line that the fault gets worse on at the top left. Cracked for sure.

 

Only hope is if you can find an electrically dead TV with the same panel and swap the panel over. For something that small not worth the hassle.





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  Reply # 1519895 25-Mar-2016 22:10
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Can see the line that the fault gets worse on at the top left. Cracked for sure.

 

Only hope is if you can find an electrically dead TV with the same panel and swap the panel over. For something that small not worth the hassle.

 

 

 

 

TV is in my daughters room and she reckons it has just gone like that.

 

I know she did move her room around a few months ago.

 

I have looked at TV and can see no impact damage, however that is not to say there isn't any ?


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  Reply # 1519899 25-Mar-2016 23:09
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Is it at vacuum cleaner handle height? Friends cleaner did that to their TV and refused to own up to it.

 

If you push lightly on that area you should see the interference change, which basically proves it is damaged there.





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