LED TV Repair
An LED is a semiconductor device that emits visible light when an electric current passes through it. The light is not particularly bright, but in most LEDs it is monochromatic, occurring at a single wavelength. In comparison with fluorescent lights, LEDs have significantly lower power requirements and convert power to light more efficiently so that less is lost as heat and focus it more precisely so that there is less light leakage, which can cause fuzziness. An LED also lasts much longer than most other lighting technologies.
Verma Electronics is here to fix and solve all your troubles by connecting you to the dealers. We offer you a quality service with the guaranteed period of time. Our specialized technicians will visit your place to check the problem, if it’s a repair problem they will fix it on the spot and if there is a parts repair then it may take some time. Whatever the problem is our technicians will look after it.
Typical problems with the LED TV sets –
- Speakers jarring
- No Picture or picture not clear
- Remote Control not working
- Power not coming on
- No Sound
Possible Causes –
- Electronic circuit or Power supply PCB failure due to short circuit and high voltage caused.
- Loose contact, wires cut, etc. due to rat bite or dust accumulation.
- Normal failure of components
- Speaker jarring mainly due to dust or insects biting the speaker cone, etc.
- Remote batteries have run out or not sitting properly
Tips on LCD TV Repair
Facts like the warranty time of your LCD TV should be looked at carefully before opting for repair. If the trouble is back light related or a faint image, then the wholesaler of your TV can get it done for free, if under warranty. However, if the break is due to improper maintenance and not following the instructions that came along with the TV manual, then of course, it’s the right time to search for professionals who can repair the TV. Most manufactures also provide extended warranty when you buy an LCD TV. This usually costs about 15% of the TV, and is highly recommended while purchasing a TV. An extra 15% at the time of buying can help in saving hundreds of dollars later on. Also be sure that you give your TV to a certified specialized, otherwise you might end up causing more damage than good. And never try to repair an LCD TV at home unless you are 100% sure you know what the trouble is, else you might just end up replacing parts without solving your problem.Remember that LCD’s have a standard life of about 20 years, or 40,000 hours. If your TV is relatively new and you still have troubles, then maybe replacing it is not the solution. For older TVs, replacement is a good option as you get something newer in almost the price you would have paid for repair. However, for those who have newer sets, the silver lining is that after repair, an LCD TV can still have a life of 10 years or more, so all is not lost. While the charge should be the major factor in influencing your decision of repair or replace, keep in mind the age of the TV as well before you make your choice.