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TV Screen Repair: Can a Damaged LCD Be Fixed?
Damaging a flat-screen these days is a bit more difficult than you would think, but it is still the worst feeling when you realize that your thousand-plus dollar investment might not work again. Unfortunately, if you damage your TV there isn't much you can do by yourself. In some cases, you may be lucky and be able to find a replacement circuit board, but besides that, TV screen repair and electronics repair are out of the DIY realm. Below you'll find different symptoms TVs may exhibit and what the prognosis is. Keep it or start looking for a replacement?
Dead PixelsThe screen of a modern LCD is a technically complex beast. A grid is laid across the screen and at each intersection of this grid lies a pixel. The number of pixels on the screen will dictate the resolution of your screen. A 1080p screen uses 1,920 pixels across the horizontal plane and 1,080 pixels across the vertical plane; resulting in over 2 million pixels.Dead pixels are a common issue with TV sets. Sometimes the conductor or transistor behind the pixel will die out and will no longer be able to light up that pixel. A few dead pixels may be annoying but are not worth worrying about.