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does anyone know much about tellys?

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hi, we have a samsung lcd tv 32" telly, the white one, im not sure what the model is, trouble is its developed a crackle on the sound, a guy at sony said it was dry joint, but i dont know what that me…
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
hi, we have a samsung lcd tv 32" telly, the white one, im not sure what the model is, trouble is its developed a crackle on the sound, a guy at sony said it was dry joint, but i dont know what that means, if thats what it is anyway.

So in short is it fixable?

Many thanks
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
A dry joint is where the solder on one of the boards becomes old/cracked/seperated. It's a case of resoldeing the joint so that it connects fully again. Not a big job for any decent tv repair guy.
#2
ah i see, so does that sound like it could be the fault?
banned#3
A dry joint on a circuit board is very easy to spot even to the untrained eye, if you are prepared to open the t.v. and take a look just compare the soldering on the p.c.b.
If the t.v is out of warranty you have nothing to lose.
#4
hi i used to work on a tv service desk for the local council, what you need to do is switch it off then switch it back on again!!!
#5
Try re-seating the connections at the back of the TV, it could just be a loose lead.

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