Facing TV Problems? Ask a TV Technician.
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Can you please describe your previous experience with electronics repair?
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Hmm, I wish this repair were as simple as buying some parts and installing them. In reality, usually there needs to be testing with a meter with power to the tv, then ordering parts based on those tests.
As a technician, theoretically I could help you with that but if you do not have the needed skills and tools then it is not worth repairing because using a repair shop costs about the same as a new 32" tv. But it was very smart of you to come here first- typically repair shops charge $99 up front just for diagnosis (to hand you an estimate).
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