Originally Posted by display veteran
Stop posting here. It is obvious that you have no clue on how to troubleshoot televisions. What the heck do voltages have to do with ghosting images on a panel? You always advise people to clean this and cleant that. None of your "advice" will help this person. He has a bad panel. End of story.
The only TV's you can remotely be successful in fixing are Sony TV because you've been working with them. In this thread http:////www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/sho...5#post17002235
you dragged people over and over misleading them, where I suggested straight away to replace the T-CON board, so you can’t even suggest the proper fix for your filed of expertise….
However, I did not say to you: “stop posting here… it is a T-CON problem – end of story”, didn’t I? You can’t even give a proper suggestion for Sony TV’s…
I have already mentioned to you before that your knowledge in electronics is far behind mine.
And again…. you took my post and completely disregarded the content. I did suggest to knees to try to get replacement TV because of idiots at Sony selling thousands of TV's with flawed technology - case for court no doubt. So I stated clearly it was the faulty panel.
I also thought that some extra info could be of use to knees. He could get that LCD TV going for a fair bit longer if he follows my suggestions. Repair is out of question – 3K (!!), so why not mention ways of getting the TV going for another year? I don’t understand why my fault finding guide is irritating you. You should be the first to read it and use it. I am doing you a favour here, so you should be thankful instead of being really unpleasant and rude.
You see, you call the problem “panel problem” where I call it “serious manufacturing flaw”. It should be replaced by Sony even if the TV is out of warranty. In other thread you replied to me rudely that all TV’s use TAB process. I mentioned to you in the same thread that was wrong– but without being rude and unpleasant.