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My LG LED TV keeps blinking off & on

Last updated one year ago by Rofel Lantican

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Hi Rofel... Do you think I need to buy another TV or is this problem fixable?

Posted by Guest one year ago

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Hi,

Thank you for your question my name is Rofel, i will further assist you on your concern, Just hit reply when you are ready to post a comment I will just be standing by, Thank you.

Posted by Rofel Lantican one year ago

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Thanks for your response. This can often be caused by a lamp that is starting to go bad. as the light gets older it will draw more than it should. The safety circuit in the TV will shut it down when it detects a problem. The capacitors will change value, leak and become defective. Resistors will change value and burn. Integrated circuits and transistors can go bad. This can cause other components to become defective, which can have a domino effect and cause other parts to fail.

How old is the TV?

Posted by Rofel Lantican one year ago

2.5 years old

Posted by Guest one year ago

Do you have experience on opening and replacing parts of a TV?

Thanks

Posted by Rofel Lantican one year ago

No, none what's so ever

Posted by Guest one year ago

Thanks for your response. If your not familiar on fixing TV issues. I can refer to a LG Service Center. Please provide your zip/postcode and the model of your TV.

Posted by Rofel Lantican one year ago

11213.... LG LED TV

Posted by Guest one year ago

Hi,

Here are the LG Authorized Service Center.

R.A. TV & Appliance Services, INC
28 Davis Avenue, KEARNY, NJ 07032
800-243-0000

RODS TV & APPLIANCE SERVICE INC.
391 RIVERLEIGH AVE., RIVERHEAD, NY 11901
800-243-0000

Worldwide TechServices LLC
836 North St, TEWKSBURY, MA 01876
800-243-0000

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Posted by Rofel Lantican one year ago