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Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What should you do with a broken LCD TV?

Nationally, the average price range for TV repair is $60-$90. LCD TV repairs are one of the most common TV repair requests. A liquid crystal display (LCD) TV uses the same technology as your smartphone and most computer screens. Images are created on an LCD screen by electric currents that pass or block light through liquid crystals that are encased between two polarized, glass-like sheets. LCD TVs can be very thin and are relatively affordable, making them one of the most prevalent types of TV on the market. If you have a broken LCD TV, it can probably be repaired. Common problems that can be repaired include a blank screen, sound issues, power problems and digital connection problems. Here is one example of LCD TV repair cost:

  • 55-inch Samsung LCD TV repair: $150, including parts and labor
    • The LCD was intermittently powering up and powering off. The main circuit board was removed and replaced.

Can you fix a flat screen TV?

Yes, you can usually fix a flat screen TV. Whether you have a plasma, LED, OLED, HDR, HD or even LCD, TV repair pros can repair your TV. Flat screen TVs are expensive, and when they stop working it can make your heart stop. But TV repair technicians have advanced along with TV technology and are equipped with the proper tools and training for major and minor repairs. If your flat screen is too massive to transport, most repair companies have pickup and drop-off service. For the most common problems, TV repair pricing might range between $175 and $200 on average. Here are examples of the most common problems:

  • Power problems: The TV won’t turn on or will not stay on once started.
  • Digital problems: All connections are in place but you’re not receiving any signal.
  • Sound problems: There is no sound, the volume doesn’t respond to attempts to raise or lower it, or the volume is inconsistent.
  • Screen problems: The TV is on but there is no picture.

Is it worth it to repair a TV?

It is worth it to repair your TV if the cost of the repair is significantly cheaper than the cost of buying a new TV. The most expensive repair for a flat-screen TV is usually a cracked screen — this repair tends to cost more than a replacement TV for all but the largest screen sizes. 

How much does it cost to repair a TV?

If your TV isn’t working, don’t despair. TV repair professionals can handle almost any situation, no matter how new or outdated your TV’s technology. The national average TV repair cost is $50-$90, although prices can be higher based on the type of TV and the work required. Because most TVs today are much too large to transport in an ordinary car, many companies provide transportation services for an added fee. Here are some examples of average TV repair costs for specific problems and TV models:

  • 65-inch Sony DLP TV repair cost: $275, including parts and labor.
    • Removed old light engine and bulb and installed new.
  • 42-inch Sanyo Plasma TV repair cost: $200, including parts and labor.
    • Multiple circuit boards had gone bad in the TV. Technicians installed a new Y-SUS sustain buffer board and an X main board.
  • 55-inch Samsung LCD TV repair cost: $150, including parts and labor.
    • The LCD was intermittently powering up and powering off. Replacing the main circuit board solved the problem.

How do you know when your flat-screen TV is going bad?

If your screen is displaying bars, lines, dead pixels and other abnormalities, your flat-screen TV might be going bad. It might also be dying if it won’t turn on, the sound quality is bad or the screen keeps flickering or fading.   

Is it better to repair a TV or buy a new one?

The answer to this question ultimately comes down to the cost of both options. If it’s more affordable to repair your TV instead of buying a new one, consider hiring a professional to fix it. But if your TV keeps giving you issues or it’s outdated, you may want to upgrade your TV instead.

Chat with a professional and get price quotes so you can figure out which option is right for you.

How do you fix a TV with no picture but has sound?

You can troubleshoot your TV by double-checking the cable connections and devices that are connected to your TV. If you can’t find anything wrong, you may need to contact a technician to fix your TV.

What do you do when your TV turns on, but the screen is black?

If you’re able to turn your TV on, but the screen is black, you can try troubleshooting the problem. For example, you can:

  • Unplug the TV.
  • Assess the TV’s backlight.
  • Turn the power off and back on. 
  • Check all of the connections, cables and cords (like the HDMI cable).

If you can’t fix the TV on your own, hire a technician to examine and repair it.

Reviews for Miami Beach tv repair professionals
Thumbtack Customer
Our experience from beginning to end was excellent. Scott was in touch with me abut 1 hour after I placed my request and was here within 3 hours. He was professional, diagnosed the problem and took the TV to the shop for repairs. He estimated the TV would be back within 2 days and he was correct. Now our smart TV has the latest software and is working very well. I do not hesitate to recommend Perfect Television
Perfect Television, Inc.Perfect Television, Inc.
Gerardo B.
They can make it their policy not to charge their customers until after the service is performed. On 6/19/2017 i contracted . I contacted this company on 6/19 to see if they could repair my TV which was not working. They asked for the model number of my tv and a description of the problem Based on this info the repairman felt confident enough to make a diagnosis and supply a quote. When he came for the initial assessment he said a part needed to be replaced which costed $50.00. At his request I paid this part for myself on my credit card. He came back after receiving the part and upon installing the part(which did not resolve the problem) informed me that the tv had an additional problem with the power module. He found the needed part on the internet but as with the first part he asked me to pay for the part which was $100. the part was delivered to him and on his second trip after the installation did not solve the problem., he said the tv was not fixable. He said he would return the parts and make sure I received a refund for both/ The first part which cost $50 was credited to my credit card. The repairman said that he would write me a check for the second part which costed $100 once he received a credit from his vendor. on 7/6 I asked for an update. the following day he responded that he had not forgotten and was still waiting for his credit. on 7/17 he responded that if he did not receive a refund by that friday, 7/21, he would pay me back out of his own pocket. The 21st came and passed and still no refund. He has not responded to additional emails sent. Just a note he took my "irreparable" tv as consideration for his trouble. Moral of story never prepay for service until the repair is made.
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