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Top 13 Common LED and QLED TV (LCD) Panel Defect and DIY Diagnosis Guide

On this post today, we will discuss the top 13 common LED TV Panel (LCD) defect or problems as well as the DIY defect diagnosis technique. This kind of defect is facing and experiencing by a less fortunate LED and QLED Televisions customer, no particular brand is exempted. How to prevent a LED and QLED TV from defect? Prevention is better than major repair. When it comes with Televisions, defect can be prevented when follows it's manual correctly.  Regular cleaning with a correct screen cleaning agent, regular dusting and install it in well ventilated area will also prevent TVs from breaking down to soon.  While modern Television is equipped with voltage regulators that has the ability to adapt current fluctuation from 90volts to 240 volts.  In my own experience, the use of AVR is still recommended in some area were electricity keep on fluctuating. List of all Active TV Brand Worldwide Advent Asianet Digital LED TV Agath Akai Akari Akurra Alba (Harvard) Anitech Arcam Arise India As

DIY Repair and Trouble shooting guide for Common LED TV Problem

All LED TV brand is prone to defect and no such thing as tough LED TV. Remember they're all made with the same material and powered with electricity. However, quality may vary with workmanship. Currently the following LED TV brand that is available and well know to the market nowadays are the following; Samsung, Sony Bravia, Apple TV, LG, TCL, Haier, Sharp, Sanyo, Skyworth, Toshiba, Devant, Hisense, Xenon, Prestiz, Pensonic, Promac, Nova, N. Vision, H.K. TV, Panasonic, National, EZY, and many more Chinese brand TV. I write this article for one thing in mind. That is to help you getting out of the frustrations or give you an idea of what is really happening on your LED TV, here are the complete list of problem or defect you are currently encountering or might be encountered in the future. So let's get started... Black Light Bleeding Please refer to those encircled white spot near the edge of the TV is known as backlight bleeding. This scene should be all black and