What if I could show you how to easily fix LCD monitors yourself with DIY digital tutorials (videos and PDFs) so you can save yourself some repair fees and also earn money on the side fixing LCD monitors for others? Here is your chance… and it comes with a $10 limited-time discount offer!
While you’re on this page, here is a useful article…
Most people unconsciously associate LCD monitors with their TVs and laptops, and this makes them believe that LCD monitor repair must necessarily be a complex job. However, this is fallacy, because LCD monitors are actually rather simple devices. They don’t need much of a card or any form of circuit to run them.
It is this little detail that makes repairing them easy. As a matter of fact, most of the time repairing them would be pretty effortless, except that the parts are hard to obtain. However, that is not a hopeless case, as more and more people are realizing that there is a market for non-functional laptops from people who are willing to buy a damaged laptop for the parts. Craigslist is an excellent place to look, as is eBay.
If you can find the part you need, laptop repair is actually elementary. So let’s get down to details. What are the things that can go wrong with a laptop, and how do you deal with them. Because, as I said, an LCD monitor can run off a very simple circuit, manufacturers use a very simple system for LCD monitors. This is what makes LCD monitor repair a relatively easy preposition.
With few operating parts, there are also consequently fewer things that can go wrong, and so there are also consequently fewer things that you have to check out to isolate a fault.
One of the things that you have to check out is quite simply the bulbs that light your monitor. It may amaze you to learn this, but something as simple as a burnt out bulb can cause you problems with your monitor. You should especially look for a burnt out bulb if your monitor suddenly stopped working without any warning, and if the rest of your computer seems to be operating fairly normally. There are sometimes two bulbs lighting a monitor display, and if just half your screen is lit, it’s a sure indication that one of these bulbs has burnt out.
If you open the monitor up and find one of these bulb dark and refusing to light you should nevertheless exchange the bulb with its twin to see whether it lights up. If the twin lights up, the bad bulb needs to be replaced. On the other hand, if the working bulb does not light up, it means that inverter board that powers that socket it spoilt and needs replacement instead. LCD monitor repair is based upon simple rules like these.
Do you want to learn how to easily fix LCD monitors yourself?
Here are some quick answers to questions I frequently receive from clients.
Which cities and areas do you serve?
Can I make money by referring others to your services?
Do you provide other services that can benefit my business or company?
Do you offer coupons and discounts?