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What To Do First When Your TV’s LCD is Broken

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Did you accidentally bump your flat screen TV? When you turned the TV on, did it suddenly have black lines or a dimmer display? We’re Teko.ph, the largest aircon, appliance, and computer services provider in the Philippines, and we’re here to help! Here’s what you should do when your TV’s LCD is broken.

LCD is Broken? Here’s How to Handle Your TV

Usually, minor TV issues like cracks are tolerable. Your TV is still functional even with small LCD problems. Additionally, below are our recommendations if your TV’s LCD is broken:

  • Assess the problem. Please turn off the TV first, and then unplug it from the outlet. Check if the damage is minor, or if it is severe with broken parts.
  • Document the damage. Grab your phone and take photos of the broken LCD. These will be helpful when the technician asks for details.
  • Check for warranty coverage. If your TV is only a few months old, it may still be under warranty. Check the warranty card, and then read the terms. Contact the manufacturer or retailer to inquire about TV repair. 
  • Call your trusted TV technician. If the TV is out of warranty, we highly recommend booking professional TV repair services instead. Do this immediately if you must use your TV to save time and avoid further damage.

DIY vs Professional TV Repair

Repairing a TV with a broken LCD screen is challenging since it requires a high level of expertise in electronics. Your expensive TV is at risk here, and that’s up to you if you’re willing to go through that risk.

You may think that it’s easy to look for solutions online if only the LCD is broken, but you’ll need specialized tools and skills to handle the TV’s internal components. Also, it’s very time-consuming to search for DIY solutions and to try them all.

For the best on-site TV repair in Metro Manila, you can simply book with Teko PH! A certified technician will visit your location to assess the problem. Just visit our website, enter your service request and contact details, and that’s it! Wait for the SMS and email confirmation as the assigned technician makes their way to you.