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Sep 20, 2008
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LF: TV Repair person

Not sure if I should post here. I would think RFD is a slightly more reliable source for help. My Samsung UN60EH6000 decided to not show any visuals. The sound and backlighting work fine. I replaced the T-Conn board, but still no picture. Would it be best if I pay to repair vs. buying new? My family and I do not watch too much TV.
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Oct 1, 2009
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It may be a cable related issue connecting the lcd to it's driver.

Usually, these items are beginning (or already are) to be made into a disposable item and possible pricing for these types of repair can run into $200+ factoring a $80/hr rate plus cost of parts. Some newer tvs are around this price albeit smaller so you'll have to decide if it's worth it. Neck, some might even want it for free to test their repair skills if you're feeling generous.
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Kitchener
Did you check power to the board from the power supply with a meter?

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