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post #1 of 4 Old 01-15-2012, 09:52 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi all,

I have a samsung led ue46c7700. While i was wiping the screen with a wet cloth,
water must have seep in, and now half the screen is demage. There is a layer of color
appearing on one side of it.

I will like to know which component of the led is damaged?
is it to costly to get it fix?

thanks alot
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I am pretty sure that is not water damage but some sort of chip failure. Replacing the approperiate board will fix that..

Turn the set off for a few days and turn it back on.

The eletronics that drive that set are behind the LCD......

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Hi all,

I have a samsung led ue46c7700. While i was wiping the screen with a wet cloth,
water must have seep in, and now half the screen is demage. There is a layer of color
appearing on one side of it.

I will like to know which component of the led is damaged?
is it to costly to get it fix?

thanks alot

I agree with the other poster as there is no way a wet cloth would cause anything like that to happen. Is it still under warranty? If not then try a reset by unplugging for 30 minutes and then seeing what happens. You can also try leaving it unplugged overnight as well. Good luck and keep us posted.
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thanks for the advice guys, actually this tv was not from me but from another owner adn that was what he told me. I am thinking of purchasing and fix it.
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