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damaged pixel clean up

 

 


drewex
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Aug 14, 2018, 6:37 PM

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Hello all,
while playing with my niece she threw a toy at it which damaged some pixels. I didnt mind it at first but then it kinda leaked or something which its spreading out to make tv experience awful. I dont want to buy a new tv at the moment so anyway i can clean this out.
the images are few weeks apart and its keep growing.

about a week after the hit.
https://ibb.co/bVFMt9]


after a month or so
https://ibb.co/dbqX0p]


I can open the tv(which i have done in the past to replace capacitors)
I cant find any youtube videos how to get into the part its leaking into.
Is it impossible to clean?

The model is ln-t4665f.
a 46 inch samsung. Its over 10 years old but works fine except that issue.



jts1957
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Aug 14, 2018, 10:17 PM

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Replacing this will cure your problem: http://www.samsungparts.com/....aspx?model=LNT4665F


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drewex
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Aug 14, 2018, 10:26 PM

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hahaha Nice one, I was thinking more hands on fix.
By watching some vids I figure its between the lcd glass and polarized film. I was hoping it was something that can be removed but adhesive is used. curious anyway to get what ever it is to clear it out.


drewex
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Aug 17, 2018, 1:43 AM

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I'm curious the top layer is just thin layer. I'm curious if i could just poke a simple hole on it. and suck it out with a syringe or let it seep out

 
 
 


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