Question about Element Electronics Televison & Video
its most likely that the lcd drivers attached to the lcd is shot , its because lots of these tvs have no cooling fans so the solders become brittle. or some one hits the front of the screen an it will damage them.
its a trick to fix them if its even possible
other wise the video board has gone south from some capacitor thats dried is 2nd choice.
id not wast the money fixing it because your guess would be wrong most likely.
Posted on May 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try to go to the factory reset and see if that helps. If not, you can then check your connection. if you use component (red, green and blue for video and red and white for audio), make sure all the color matches when you plug it in. if everything have been checked then you need to replace the main board and it should correct the problem.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
the Fuse needs to be Replaces, contact nearest samsung service center. would cost just $1 trust me
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Posted on Sep 02, 2009
The T-Con board (otherwise known as LVDS) connects to two seperste parts of the LCD panel. If you do have half a picture (left or right) replacing the T-Con board should resolve this issue. Open your TV, find the part number and search on eBay or at sites like www.flattvparts.co.uk where you can search by TV model number.
Posted on Oct 07, 2011
First, determine if your set top box issue by your TV provider is HD capable. Then make sure you have at least a component connection between the TV and set top box, HDMI is the best. On top of all that, you must be viewing a HD channel which doesn't always provide content in HD 100% of the time.
If all of these are in place you should have a sharp, HD picture that rivals the BluRay movies.
NOTE: Not all providers are the same. There are different levels of compression used to send you the HD feed and this may also be a cause of "blurry" images.
Posted on May 15, 2012
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