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How to Choose the right TV parts and components for a TV

 

A TV part is a module that contain many electronics components interconnected to permit that a TV works correctly.


To determine which TV parts need replacing, you first need to know what type of television you own, and then you need to diagnose the problem. Knowing the type of television and having an idea of how it functions gives you some insight into what the problem is likely to be, which part is probably affected, and where that part is located inside of the TV. If you are not an experienced electronic technician, you may wish to seek the services of a professional or contact us directly. Getting the wrong TV part may make the TV set’s technical problem considerably worse, or you can waste money purchasing TV parts and components that do not actually need replacing. An electronic technician should be able to quickly identify the problem and advise you about which replacement parts you need to purchase to bring the set back into good working order.


After the problem has been identified and the parts that need to be replaced have been located, you must find the part number on this part set. It is important that you purchase the correct TV part for your TV, as purchasing incompatible TV parts is a waste of time and money and can potentially ruin the whole television set. So it is critical that you have the correct part number of the defective part that you want to replace.


Then you have to look for the correct replacement part for the TV using only the part number of your defective board as key. Important never use the TV model number to find a replacement part because TV sets with same model number can use different part set inside. 


TV parts may have many numbers on it like serial, board, chassis, PCB and part number. You only have to focus to identify the part number because each TV part has a unique part number. If you do not know or can’t find the part number, you have to contact the supply or certify technician for help. Most of the time the part number is in a white label sticker in the part.


When purchasing replacement TV parts, the part number should be identical to the original. This almost always holds true when buying branded parts. However, when buying generic components, this may not always be the case. With third-party suppliers, many components are used in multiple television models but still only have a single part number. In this case, you should check with the supplier, the manufacturer, or a qualified electronic technician to ensure that you select the right part.


Even when part numbers match, you should double-check by comparing the defective part on your TV against the new one that you want to buy, making sure their size, shape, and connection points are all identical just in case the part has been stamped incorrectly or in case the model numbers have changed or revised since your television was produced. For secondhand parts, you should make sure that all parts look identical to the original and are in good condition, with no bent, damaged or missing connections.


It is possible to buy TV parts that are the same brand as your television set, or the same brand as the original part. Because they are branded, each part only works with a select number of television models. As such, they should be comparatively easy to find based on their part numbers. For older TV models, it may not be possible to find brand-new replacement parts, and if a branded part is required, it is often obtained secondhand from a discarded television set that has been stripped.


Branded TV parts are generally more expensive than third-party TV parts, although many high-end third-party TV parts are just as reliable as branded ones. When sourcing a branded or generic TV part, you can obtain advice from the manufacturer to make sure you select the right TV part.


Selecting the right television parts or components to repair your TV set can be challenging; but the most important things to know are which type of television you own, identify the defective part and locate the part number of it.