Can you take the lcd screen from broken tv and replace with one that has broken screen?
Yes easily if it is the same type of LCD screen.
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Answer . \nIf the problem is that the PDA isn't tracking the stylus properly, you may be able to recalibrate the screen using a built-in utility; for PalmOS PDAs, this involves using the Digitizer preference panel.\n. \nIf there is physical damage to the screen, such as broken glass, you must r…eplace the screen. The details vary depending on the make & model of PDA, but it's usually not something the average user should attempt without some knowledge in working with electronic hardware.. (MORE)
Answer take it to the best buy or call the company who make the mp3 player and ask it be fix Answer if the screen is cracked, go to eBay or whatever and buy a new screen, and then you have to replace it. But replacing the screen is very hard actually, those are good ideas. here's another way to …fix it. this is also the way i fixed my ds. you can go on to www.nintendo.com and you are able to ship your ds and have it fixed in about a week. but you might have to pay about 50 bucks or more... :( but they will also get rid of scratches. ;) (MORE)
If you dont want to go to the expense of buying a new LCD screen you should set the screen in proper position straight up whenever you use it and dont tilt the screen or use it lying down if you do this for about 2-3 months it will start working like new again. This only applies to if your screen is… white or going static everytime you touch it. If the screen is cracked you have to replace it with a new LCD screen. Hope this helped (: -smileysyndrome (MORE)
If you dont want to go to the expense of buying a new LCD screen you should set the screen in proper position straight up whenever you use it and dont tilt the screen or use it lying down if you do this for about 2-3 months it will start working like new again. Hope this helped (: -smileysyndrom…e (MORE)
The answer is yes, but without more information, it's difficult to tell how hard it'll be to do. It can also be quite expensive (usually around the original cost of the TV for a new replacement screen). If you have a LCD projector set, that too can be quite expensive unless you're able to obtain a r…ebuilt unit somewhere. That too can be major surgery, depending on the make and model. (MORE)
Monitors by definition have no tuner, so to use one as a TV you would need a tuner card in your computer. There were some tuner boxes for that purpose but they never caught on. Some tivo type boxes will use a monitor too.. Yes it can as long as it has the correct input cables.
First, the connections:If your PC has a VGA connector as the display output, you need to look for a VGA connector on the back of the television. Sometimes, you might find 5 separate connectors marked as RGBHV instead, but the VGA connector is most common.If your PC has a dVI connector, look on the t…elevision for a DVI or HDMI connector. Either of them will work with the right interconnecting cable.Next, the resolution:Find out the native resolution of the television. You need to set the PC output to the same resolution if you are to get the best image quality. Most displays will scale other resolutions to fit the screen but there is an obvious loss of quality when they do so. If need be, look at obtaining a new video card for the computer - they don't cost a lot these days. (MORE)
Sadly, the days of tinkering in the back of a television to fix it are well and truly gone. Even independent TV repair companies are limited to replacing modules in LCD and Plasma screens. Anything more intricate and they have to go back to the manufacturer. Without the right parts, manuals and test… equipment, there is simply no way to do it yourself. Even worse, repair costs are so high these days, that often it just isn't worth getting a repair done because it can be more than buying a new one. (MORE)
Can the plasma screen on a 50 inch Panasonic high definition plasma television be replaced if broken?
Yes, but the price of replacing the panel would cost more than buying a new one if and only if it is not under any warranty.
Yes, but not excessively. Electronics get hot because electricity runs through them but they aren't supposed to get excessively hot.
If you have a LCD Screen and it's broken, the only fix is to replace the screen. The screens are pretty easy to replace, usually just a plug inside the top and a couple or four screws hold it in place. The top has some tiny screws that holds the plastic halves together and are behind little rubber p…lugs. Here are some links where you can find the part you need: . (MORE)
you could just go to a store like gamestop or games for less. ask them if they could fix it. they might fix it or not. you best idea would be buy a new one. depends if it still works.
Yes. Contact the warranty or service repair department and they can advise you of where to mail it or take it for repair. But if the cost of repair is more than the value of the camera, you may consider replacing the screen yourself. Replacement LCD screens can be inexpensively harvested from a br…oken camera with other issues (but with a working LCD) acquired from ebay. "How To" examples for do-it-yourself repair of an LCD screen may be reviewed in the below listed "Related Link". (MORE)
Well too much of anything can be harmful. If you turned the brightness of the LCD as high as it went and stared at a white flashing screen for some time I'm pretty sure that couldn't be "good" for you. But for general use I know of no one having eye problems from using an LCD monitor. Actual…ly LCDs are safer on the eyes than traditional CRTs as the refresh rate (Hz) rating doesn't have to be high and the screen updates in a way that causes less strain on your eyes. I use an LCD for hours on end day after day. On my last eye exam I was told that my vision and health of my eyes had improved since I switched from using a CRT. (MORE)
It's made by AU Optronics, Model #: T315XW01 V5\n. \nLook that up, and you should find something.
A plasma TV is what is known as an emissive technology. Each pixelis like a tiny picture tube TV. They are coated with phosphor andglow when electricity is applied. Each pixel has a minute amount ofplasma gas in them. The picture comes right off of the surface ofthe screen. Contrary to the many myth…s out there the gas DOES NOTleak out of the plasma and they DON'T need to be recharged. Theentire TV contains less than a thimblefull of gas. The downside ofPlasmas is that you can get phosphor burn if the picture freezesfor a long period of time or if you play a lot of video games wherethere are things like score boxes that are in the same place on thescreen all of the time. Plasmas are best viewed in dark rooms. Ihave one in my basement which has very small windows and my friendsfrequently comment on the picture. It's a low end Element TV. 42inch that only cost me $699. An LCD TV is what is know as atransmissive technology. The panel is made up of pixels of liquidcrystal (LCD = Liquid Crystal Display). They have wires running tothem and lights around the perimeter of the screen shine from theback allowing you to see the picture. If the lights didn't come onthe picture would still be there, you just wouldn't be able to seeit. The downside of an LCD is only if it is in a very bright room.The picture can get washed out. Samsung TVs have a much brighterpicture because they had developed flat flourescent lights whichthey run behind the screen rather than having perimeter lighting.Also, Samsung makes all of the LCD panels that Sony put in theirTVs. No, I don't work for Samsung, I just like their TVs and haveresearched their technology. The downside to plasma displays is that they suck up a LOT of poweras compared to an LCD display of comparable size, and they producea lot of heat (which is wasted energy). Some communities have evenbanned the sale of plasma screens because of their power usage. (MORE)
sorry but you cant fix it my phone broke Argos said it was no good and i am back with cheap phones i am 113 years old to any hot guys
Yes, however the screen is the most expensive component and it may be as expensive as replacing the tv.
Normally a crack in an LCD screen is the end of the screen. Replacement screens can sometimes be fitted but often, the cost of a new screen and fitting charges can exceed the cost of a new television. It is an unfortunate fact of life that automated high volume production techniques make a complete …television much less expensive to supply than just a single part. The first step should be a call to a local television repair center who will be able to offer a price guide for your make and model. (MORE)
It all depends on what brand and model your television set is. The first thing I'd do is go on eBay and look for a replacement there, where you can find it easily and cheap. . It will probably be more cost effective to replace the TV.
If the black marks are dead pixels then you have to replace the screen you cant fix it.
You can't fix with your own tools. You should bring to a local video game to exchange with your warranty. If you don't have a warranty certify DS with Nintendo to get a free 30-day warranty.
Call the manufacturer first for a price quote; it will probably cost more than a new camera, but you can ask. But if the cost is more than the value of the camera, and if you wish to attempt to repair it yourself, there are several things you can do and there are places you can buy just the LCD sc…reen or have them do the repair for you. One of the Related Links below is to a blog post about repair. There are many online sources where you can buy the part or have them fix it for you. (MORE)
Sometimes important items in a household break. It is possible toreplace a broken Lcd TV screen, however, a reputable dealer wouldhave to be found. Further, these days the labour costs to have this kind of repairdone would probably cost more than a whole new TV.
well u kinda cant...i mean on a ipod touch/iphone..you should just get a replacement or get apple to fix it for u..i dont think u should be messing around with the broken screen.. well unless your from apple and can fix it..then go ahead =)
it depends where you live i would probably go to the nearest localtelevision store then they will send it away
Don't bother. Chances are the screen replacement would cost more than the TV originall did. Best advice, just buy another TV.
To connect laptop to TV all you need is an s-video cable. You can get them at dollar stores. On most laptops, there is a plug that looks like where you would plug in a mouse on a desktop PC. On the TV you will find the same plug, its commonly used to connect DVD players. Some TVs will not have them …though. In case you don't, then check if you are able to connect thru VGA, DVI or HDMI ports, its all deepens on the type of laptop and tv you have. If you decide to bring your laptop back to life, then I suggest you to replace the whole screen. The typical cost of repair in the North America would be around $100 - $150 all based on the model of your notebook. Check the related link to find the part, as well as instructions on how to replace the lcd using your own labor. My Best. Also... sometimes it is the backlight not the screen that has failed, if you have a dim picture, it could be a failed backlight.The replacement screen must have exactly the same backlight type as the original (old) screen. Currently there are 2 major types of backlight for notebook LCD screens: 1. CCFL (Cold cathode fluorescent lamp) a) 1-CCFL - contains 1 bulb b) 2-CCFL - contains 2 bulbs 2. LED (Light emitting diode) The CCFL backlight screens always need a high voltage inverter to power the bulb inside the screen. The LED screens use light emitting diodes to light up the screen. Most of the LED screens today require an inverter as well and the inverters of the two types are completely different. Inverters of the LED screens are attached to the bottom of the screen.One CCFL (also known as "single backlight") - has been and still is the most popular backlight type in laptop screens. The screen contains one bulb to light it up and has a pair of wires at the bottom finished with one white inverter connector that plugs into inverter board. (MORE)
It is surprisingly easy to replace even if you are not a technical person. Replacing your laptop screen on your own is a great way to save lots of money not only on the cost of the laptop screen, but the cost of labor as well. Since most laptop manufacturers charge so much, you may try to find third…-party companies on the market that are selling laptop screens. Some places are LaptopScreen.Com or ScreenCountry.Com that carry a large inventory of a brand new LCD panel replacement for every major notebook manufacturer. If you are unable to find a particular model listed on their website then you can call or email to ask if they can help you find a screen replacement for a particular laptop. (MORE)
You will need to purchase the panel (circa Â£86 pounds in UK) then fit it. Youtube has a couple of very good videos showing how to repair the screen display. If you dont feel capable of that then look up itouch screen repair on google and pay for a technician to fix it.
Here are the simply steps you should follow to Remove LCD screen from Toshiba Laptop: 1. Remove two LCD mask seals. Remove two screws hidden under seals. 2. Put your fingers between the mask and the LCD screen and carefully release the mask latches. 3. Remove the mask. Do not hurry; twist the …mask slightly to release latches. 4. Remove the mask screw seals on each side of the display assembly. Remove screws. 5. Remove the securing tape from the display connector. Disconnect the display cable. Remove the screw securing the FL inverter. 6. Lift off the FL inverter board. Disconnect FL inverter cables on both ends. (MORE)
No unless u fix it it's useable put it's being repaired on monday i was just wondering should i continue to use it till then since not all the screen is dead or will using it cause more damage
In these days of replacement rather than repair it is very likely to cheaper to buy a new TV than to have a damaged screen replaced. Spare parts have always been far more expensive than the cost of the original part and never more so than LCD display panels. If is also becoming something of a chall…enge to find repairers willing and able to undertake such a repair. If there is a local television repair center close by, it is worth asking for an estimate but do not be surprised if the cost exceeds a new model. (MORE)
A Licenced Mobile Phone Technician will be able to replace the broken screen for a new, working one.
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I inquired about replacing my screen due to scratches from my children. Sanyo has replacements, but they cost about $900 and $150 shipping coming out to more than the original price of the television.
First you can see if you can try to fix it yourself because probably something from the computer screen and the key board screen is loose and you can try to screw it back up using a screw driver. Second you can take it to a repair shop and have them replace yuor screen with a brand new one,but depen…ding on what type of computer you have the prices will range. Third and last thing you want to do is have them try to fix your screen, because having them fix you r screen cost just as much as a brand new labtop itself. (MORE)
My first suggestion would be to contact Apple Care. They will let you know first off if you are in your 90 days of phone support, if you are they will let you know if you are still in warranty. But a broken screen is considered a cosmetic damage, which is not supported by warranty. You can possibly …"repair" it but it is normally cheaper to just buy a new one. If you didn't purchase the Apple Protection Plan, you will be charged extra for repair as well for shipping costs. You can request an appointment at an Apple Retail Store at Apple.com/retail or the Apple Care Support can make an appointment for you at a location close to you and even refer some of your information to them ahead of time. (MORE)
You can't actually "repair" a nick on an LCD screen. However, there are methods you can use to diminish the visibility of the nick. The effectiveness of these methods depends on the severity of the nick: 1 - Apply a small amount of Vaseline with a soft cloth or Q-tip. Wait about 10 minutes, and the…n remove any excess. This will fill in the nick and make it less noticeable. This is a temporary fix, and you will need to reapply the Vaseline each time you clean the screen. 2 - Rub the area of the nick VERY gently with a clean white eraser. This will also serve to fill in the nick and make it less noticeable. Do not press hard or apply excess pressure to the nick, or your may expand it and make it worse. 3 - Rub the area of the nick (again, VERY gently) with a solution of isopropyl rubbing alcohol and water. Start with a 3.5% solution (one capful of alcohol to 1/2 cup of water). You can increase the strength to up to 35%, but any stronger, and you may damage your screen. The alcohol acts to dissolve the anti-scratch coating around the nick so that it fills in. Again, this is a tricky process, so proceed at your own risk. Personally, the Vaseline trick seems to have worked for me. Although it didn't completely cover the nick, it reduced the visibility by about 50-75% (which is better than nothing). As I usually sit about 8-10 feet away from the TV, I could really tell the difference. While there is no way to actually repair a nick (aside from replacing the entire screen, which may cost as much as a new set), you can reduce it to where you can live with it. (MORE)
Try out self service your mobile phone. Go online browser for spare part order. Do some good search for spare parts with repair tools or Diy replacements. Next go to YouTube browse for iPhone lcd repair and follow video, replace your phone display in maximum of 25 mins. Save money. Save time going …to service points w8ing for token. Enjoy self repair. For India people here is a site with complete mobile spare parts with DIY kits. www.idofixit.com (MORE)
Yes but it is very expensive. Many times it is cheaper to buy a new tv.
there is no way to fix it you have to buy a new one sorry.
I broke mine in October and I havent gotten it fixed yet. Apple does have a service for $99 where you bring it to them and they replace the screen, but use that more as a worse-case-scenario... I reccomend trying to find someone who can do it for cheaper, and if you can't find one, just use the appl…e service. (MORE)
LCD screens do get warm during normal operation mostly because ofthe heat given off by the backlights. LED backlit televisions runcooler than CFL models but they still do show a temperature rise. If the television is becoming hot rather than just warm, there maybe a problem with either the televisi…on or the ventilation aroundit. Make sure that there is free airflow around the wholetelevision as that is often the cause of overheating. If the problem persists. contact the manufacturer or your vendor. ALCD display should never become uncomfortably hot to the touch, andexcess heat may indicate a problem within the set. (MORE)
You can purchase LCD screens from your local electronics store such as Radio Shack, or even large supermarkets such as Walmart. Failing that, you can try eBay or Amazon.
CompUSA is one store that sells at least one model of flat screen LCD TVs. Branches typically carry a number of models that can be viewed at the branch. BestBuy is another retail chain that sells flat screen LCDs.
To fix a broken laptop screen, you can purchase a used or another broken laptop, so that you can use the screen. Take off the broken screen and replace the broken screen with the new screen. There are some 'how to' books published that could help you as well.
One can replace an LCD screen by following detailed instructions on You Tube and eHow sites for your particular screen. Essentially one needs to release the broken screen from it's moulding, unclip it from the connectors and insert the new screen. However, connections differ for all screens and one …should get proper instruction before commencing. (MORE)
One can get a laptop screen fixed at a good price by consulting a listing of local repair shop for computers in the yellow pages. Computershoppers website also has tips and reviews on how to repair a laptop screen.
surely there are people that may use the tv for pieces. your best bet is to sell the tvs to some local junk/scrap companie.