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I recently moved my vizio M 70 upstairs and it was dropped. Now the edge lighting is working and tv responds to volume and input (lighting in specific areas) but the display isn’t working. I looked at boards and it all looks fine. Anyone have any ideas or advice.

I don’t want to part with the tv and if cost is right I will fix it.
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This forum is for projector screens, You need to post in the LCD TV section and most likely there is a thread just for your model. Good luck but I suspect your issue is most likely terminal.

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I recently moved my vizio M 70 upstairs and it was dropped. Now the edge lighting is working and tv responds to volume and input (lighting in specific areas) but the display isn’t working. I looked at boards and it all looks fine. Anyone have any ideas or advice.

I don’t want to part with the tv and if cost is right I will fix it.
it is repairable but the bonding tabs will need to be removed from one side of the lcd panel as one is likely damaged and the tcon board replacedI have the same model 70" in my bar I got from our local recycling drop off center... had this same very common issue with the larger sharp panels used in vizio tvs.
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