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Old 06-03-2020, 03:00 AM   #21
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Default Re: Replaced LED. Lights on its own but not in the strip

Final note on this tv.

I was given this tv because it had stopped working, the screen had some major scratches on it and it was pretty filthy.

I spent all day trying to fix the darn LED issue. When I was putting it together I decided to clean the screen to see how many big scratches were actually on it.

Thats when I noticed the cracked screen at the bottom of the panel.

No idea if I did it or if it was already there, but Im suspecting the latter.

Time to part it out!

I told my daughter earlier today that I was treating these large pain in the bum tv's as my apprenticeship.

Lesson learned. Clean the damn things before I work on them!

Thanks to all that tried to help this poor newbie. I will learn, it just may take me a while

Till the next time.....
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