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Many of my repair techniques are not found in books but nevertheless they can be very useful in trying to quickly find out what’s wrong with your TV.
If your a professional looking for more understanding on how repair LCD TVs or an electronics hobbyist here are some good resources.
How to troubleshoot and repair Switch Mode Power supplies by Jestine Yong at http://davestv.jestinemichellepow.click2sell.eu This 271 page book is a bit spendy but well worth the money. Even though I already own 3 video tapes and several books which cover switch mode power supplies this book beats them all. Jestine doesn’t have perfect English but nevertheless he is excellent at describing the main points we need to understand about troubleshooting this kind of power supply and their associated feedback circuits.
Since a majority of the problems I have seen on LCD TVs are related to bad power supplies It’s especially helpful to learn from someone with so much hands on experience.
Testing electronic components and finding unknown resistor values by Jestine Yong. http://5d8388ioop4nfm862d1b0u7sbj.hop.clickbank.net/ This is an excellent book for
A beginner level student who wants to learn how to test electronic components.
How to repair LCD Computer Monitors by Jestine Yong at
Even though this book was about computer monitor repair I found most of the troubleshooting techniques he demonstrates also applied to LCD TV repair so I was glad to have read it. Much like the book on Switch Mode Power Supplies it was easy to read.
Mikes TV case histories The latest paperback edition has 1300 case histories on LCD, CRT, Plasma and Projection TVs. at http://www.mikestvtips.com/ 1-410-272-4984
When I first started in the TV repair business and my troubleshooting skills were not that great often times Mike’s case histories told me exactly which parts I needed to replace and it often saved me from having to purchase a great many schematics. I have been using his case histories since 1995 and I would not be with out them. If you call him please be considerate of his time zone and call between 11:00 AM TO 8:PM Eastern time only.
Getting Started In Electronics by Forest Mims available at some Radio Shacks or through this link.
If you know nothing at all about electronics and want to start with the basics this is a fantastic book to start with. This book is packed with pictures.
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