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  1. Smiley Soundz

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    I wonder if any one can tell me what the problem is with my LCD tv. Was working perfectly until one day the screen displays images 'very light' & hard to make out. I have a couple of pictures I took to show the fault.

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    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have just checked all connections after removing the rear panel & all seem fine. No obvious faults visible. Capacitors have no signs of bulging at the top. Removed T-Con board to check connectors & all fine. No unusual noises coming from anything. The picture's above were taken in my garage in the dark so their is plenty light coming from the back-lights so I think they are fine.

    Just wanted some guidance on what component is most likely at fault before buying on E-Bay.
     
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    Don't waste your money. 99% certain to be the panel itself. Very common fault on this series.
     
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    After doing a bit of web searching I thought that might be the case. Cheers for your reply.
     
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    You're very welcome.

    It's nice for a new member to thank someone for their advice!
     

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