TV Repair Tips

Hello and a big welcome to my blog. Awesome to have you here. Well, I am a seasoned and expert electronics appliance repair technician and I would like to share with you some basic Tv repair tips.

Just to give you a slight overview of what appliance repair entails, below are the procedures;

  • Diagnosis
  • Troubleshooting
  • Repair
  • Testing

To explain briefly, diagnosis in electronics is the art of listening to a client and trying to figure out what fault a certain gadget or appliance has.

Troubleshooting is the art of identifying where the actual fault lies.

This entails opening up gadgets and using a multimeter to measure and analyze components and PCB tracks to identify faults.

Often, a repair technician while troubleshooting may use a soldering iron to desolder and solder electronics components as he troubleshoots.

Repair is the final procedure. After identifying the faults, the technician has to replace faulty components.

In case of broken tracks or components with dry joints, then the appliance repair technician has to solder.

Testing of the gadgets or electronics appliances must also be done at the tail end process to verify that indeed the products are working well.

Appliance repair is not something you can wish away. Electronics appliances are bound to fail and get faulty from time to time.

Once again, sit down and see below what kind of appliance repair questions I shall help you with.

TV repair

With major advancements in technology, TVs have evolved much in the last 10 years.

From CRT models to LED, LCD, and PLASMA types, we now have more advanced TVs that come with better sound and picture quality.

For this reason, getting a qualified TV repair technician is very important.

Tv repair near me!? Well, this question has lingered on in many of us. I will give you some valuable tv repair tips.

However, I will simplify the details so that you understand better and in a simple manner.

TV attributes old models versus new models

In the early days of TV’s, we had the black and white (monochrome) color output tv types.

These TVs operated on a step-down power transformer, unlike today’s types that operate on a power board.

Furthermore, the mainboard also had so many components but today, TVs have a very small motherboard containing all the components.

The same applied to color tv types that came as an advancement on the monochrome TVs.

Well, the only difference is that color TVs employ a power board as opposed to a transformer.

In essence, modern TVs have fewer components and are less bulky than older TV models.

Furthermore, modern TVs have flat screens as opposed to earlier models that had a heavy CRT {cathode ray tube} screen.

 A TV operates on 5 basic sections and they are;

  1. Power section
  2. Horizontal section
  3. Vertical section
  4. Video section
  5. Audio section

Well, much of the weight associated with older TVs was because all the above sections were independent but interconnected in a certain way.

Each section had a set of unique electronic components to help run those specific sections.

But, today though, the sections are interconnected and the components are simplified.

1 major microcontroller IC can control all the above sections apart from the power section.

This is in regard to voltage and signal distribution within all the sections.

A professional tv repair technician should be able to troubleshoot and diagnose faults in the above-named sections with much ease.

Well, the tv repair cost can be determined by the nature of the fault and availability of the faulty parts or components.

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