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Manage My Life

Can the double image on my LED TV be fix by replacing the t-conn board?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
November 24th, 2012

I have a Samsung LED TV model # un55b6000vf and I'm wonder can the double image be fix by replacing the t-conn board .

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Manage My Life
Hi Gary, I was wondering if you ever found the solution to the TV problem. I am reading around and it might be a bad LCD tab. I have the exact same problem as you and really hope I can fix it. I am very proficient in electronic repairs and can replace a TCON board but they are expensive and I am unsure if that is the problem.
by Manage My Life
November 24th, 2012
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The T-con board should resolve your problem, but T-con are matched with a panel and calibrated. I do show a few different part numbers for the T-con board, but they all show that there are none in stock from Sears or Samsung.

Note

: Working on a TV can be difficult due to the

high voltage

circuits inside. Always remember to unplug any TV before trying to work on it.
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March 5th, 2012
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Television problems can become very frustrating and they are not often good home repair projects. I see you are communicating with the expert for this issue on another post. If you do decide to have the television diagnosed and repaired in a service facility, I attached the link to Sears Home Services below. I hope the double vision clears soon.
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March 2nd, 2012
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