boroughbloke wrote:The days of the locat TV repair man, who could fix every Ferguson, Philips or Pye TV in your own living room are long gone. Every component is likely proprietary and only the original manufacturer will be able to repair it or even know how to het at what is broken in terms of how the thing. Ones apart to reach it. Basically, they are not designed to be repaired.
The chances are that the only way of getting it repaired will be to have it set off to who know where and that that will prove so costly in money and take so long that it will prove easier to just buy a new TV.
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