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If the screen is malfunctioning, there is a strong likelihood that one of the tubes, or possibly a transformer is failing. These can be easily repaired - even by yourself. But even if you do not want to do the job yourself, the cost of LCD TV repair is small compared to buying a whole new TV. Another common cause for the screen failing, particularly if blacks are turning slightly gray, or colors are not as vivid as they used to be, is simply due to the backlight bulb diminishing. Again, simply replacing this could see you shelling out just 20 bucks. Far preferable to parting with a wedge of cash for a newer model. If you notice the resolution losing its impact, this could be down to something completely unconnected to the TV itself. Try fixing a protective film, or polarizer to the screen. Cutting down on glare, and removing the impact of any scratches, you could improve your viewing pleasure in an instant! An additional benefit of getting one of these protective screens is that it will prevent any dust getting scratched onto the screen, or sticky fingers from the kids leaving marks when they point out their favorite cartoon characters to mommy and daddy! Conducting an LCD TV repair for yourself is not as hard as most people think, and there is a host of information out there that will give you the necessary skills. However, if the TV is still under warranty, you may as well get the benefit from it. Quite apart from anything else, removing the back panel from the TV is likely to render your warranty void in any case. There is of course some damage that will be irreparable. If the screen becomes cracked through from the surface to the components is one such example. Renewing a whole screen can be done, but the costs involved may not be viable compared to the price and convenience of a new unit.
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