Your big screen TV set is the center of your home entertainment system, so it has to look good!
The popular direct view 32 and 36 inch screens use a large glass picture tube. Giant screens, the 50, 56, 60 inch and larger, use a set of three small picture tubes with lens and mirrors projecting to the rear of a large plastic screen. Because they do not use plug-in boards, these sets are complex and very complicated to service. During a normal life expectancy of 10 years, a large screen television will break down two or three times. Sometimes tuners or picture tubes will need replacing, but usually the problem will be traced to transistors, capacitors or small integrated circuits.
When you call Preston TV and Video for service, always have your make, model number and a good description of the symptom ready for the technician to research before they go to your home or business. Have your Big Screen TV in a position to be serviced.
Allow a couple of hours for the repair procedures and adjustments. It is not uncommon for the complete repair to require a return trips for exact parts. If the repairs cannot be completed in the home, our Service Center can always transport your TV set to our facility for service.
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