Question about Polaroid 3211TLXB 32 in. LCD Television
I got a broken TV from a friend.
When I turn it on, I see mostly a white image and some movement (sound works perfectly fine).
I would say the image looks likea negative (black becomes white) and very bright, rather than solarized.
Would replacing T-Con be enough or should I buy a whole new main board?
Or is it something else at all, like a power supply or a backlight inverter?
Do I need a solder iron to replace the T-Con? Main board seems easy to replace.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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