Question Can this TV be repaired?

Oct 13, 2019
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Technically, yes. One could replace the screen, but such a fix may be rather expensive. Might just be time to bite the bullet and get a new TV.
Thanks for the info! If one were to try to fix it, do you know what would need to be replaced? It's barely 1.5 years old and was about $700. I'm trying to discern what kind of monetary and time committment would be needed to repair it.
 
Contact the manufacturer support desk to see what they say. You can also check for local electronics repair companies. Prices can vary widely.

From what you showed earlier, I suspect the entire screen will have to be replaced.
 
If the LCD panel was broken it would cost more money to repair than to replace the entire TV. Many manufacturers don't even sell replacement panels for that reason. If the panel failed under warranty they would just replace the TV. Cheaper for them.
If the problem were a broken connector or circuit board it might be repairable but a tech would probably charge at least $200-400 for labor.
If you want to take a stab at it yourself can check with www.shopjimmy.com. They sell replacement parts and are very helpful.
 
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