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Old March 17th, 2017, 07:06 PM   #1
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Anyone needing a TV repaired I can recommend Express TV & Electronics service in Lapeer. Phone 810-664-3950. I had a 48" LED LG TV that the picture would go black but sound was good. Turn it off and back on and picture would be good for a few minutes again. Greg lives in Brown City and allowed me to drop it off at his house. I had the TV back the next day all fixed for a reasonable price.
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Www.badcaps.net is also extremely helpful if you have the knowledge to DIY. Helped me fix a free 42" Vizio for $40 that I then flipped for like $150.

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People still fix TV's?
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Yep, my Vizeo was 2 years old and the power board went bad. The board is $12.

I paid my cousin the labor to do it for me. Saved me buying another TV.
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Yep, my Vizeo was 2 years old and the power board went bad. The board is $12.

I paid my cousin the labor to do it for me. Saved me buying another TV.
The power board is what went in said vizio I mentioned above but it was a little older so parts were starting to become scarce, thus $40 to my door.

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