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Problem with the LG 42PC3D 42 in. Plasma Television Horizontal half black screen, sound is still there

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Its most likely driver board on the left looking at the back side with flat cables going in it small square chips glued in place may show burned spots on the surface

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Sorry this tv it is not repairable because the tv Plasma screen panel itself it is the tv problems and the causes,this tv only can be repair by replace the whole new tv Plasma screen panel itself only not practical.Because the tv Plasma screen panel are 90% inportant to the tv functions and the cost of the tv.By replacing the tv Plasma screen panel will cost the same as a new tv.

Posted on Sep 22, 2011

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