LCD Panels and components compatibility.

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Hey Guys
How can I replace the electronic components of a Samsung LE37S62B (sound works but shows no picture) with the electronic components of a Samsung ue55h6290ss (broken LCD panel)? Are the components and LCD panel even compatible?

Other options:
Samsung le40c579j1s (defective components)
Loewe XELOS SL 32 (defective components)
Samsung UE40D5000
Grundig 40 VLE 7140c (The picture is very weak and white rushing)
JTC ATLANTIS 5.5 55 Zoll (Display broken)
Philips Full HD, 32PFS4132/12 (Display broken)
Sony KDL-40R470A (Dispaly broken)
LG 47 (defective components)
 
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So any other solutions genius? your answer isn't really helpful or informative but thank you
 

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Titan
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A very simple solution, replace the TV parts with the same model TV parts. The answer matches and answers the question, did you think you can change parts in two TVs so far apart from each other in specs? "Are the components and LCD panel even compatible?", you have a 37" screen and a 55" screen, how can the LCD panels be even close to compatible? You can't fit a 55" panel into a 37" casing.

None of the TVs you listed would have much in common with that 37" Samsung, and even if there were any parts that were usable, no way to know what you would need to take from them to replace it. No picture could be a dead screen, since nothing you have is a 37" screen, that is out, or a bad system board. Since it's not likely any of the connections would match up to your 37" either, that is also out. Even if the system board fit inside the TV does not mean it will be able to run the screen or work with the power board. If you want to play around with swapping things like capacitors or resistors, that may be do-able, need to match them up with the other sets though.

A used working 37" 720p TV you can probably find for under $100, probably best solution outside of just junking the set.
 
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This is what inspired me to ask more about the subject :
https://www.instructables.com/id/Combine-2-broken-TVs-into-1-working/
 
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