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sweetcorn024

Hammer size ?

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I'm a master construction  builder; not a techno !

LG 'Chat' facility eventually advised a 'mainboard' replacement to solve the problem.

TV model is LG 43UJ634V.  18 months old.

Problem: screen carries a diagonal cast of colour within the picture. No amount of resets or adjustments can bring back a good picture. I downloaded images for their consideration. I will do the same here as an attachment.

Question : In your opinion, is this repairable by a download or is it a hammer job? If the latter; what size hammer?

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Hi,

I bet you know how to use a screwdriver as well as a hammer though!

Have a look on eBay, a quick search brought a fair few results: 

43UJ634V main board | eBay http://tinyurl.com/y4tun98a

However, I would before ordering anything actually open up the TV and compare eBay pictures and any part numbers you can find.

Hope that helps, from an enthusiastic DIYer and professional techno wallah.  

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Hi George, that's a brilliant bit of sideways thinking. I did suggest but my wife didn't like the idea of putting legs on  the back and making a coffee t ………………… Just a moment George, I've got to phone my wife, she's off to the municipal tip with the set.  I must stop her. As well as cats, TV's might have nine lives also.

Heading for eBay now.

Thank you so much for your inspired guidance. If you ever need to know how to use a theodolite,  give me a call.  lol.

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