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    Is this proof enough the the TV boards are fine and it's the screen that's the issue

    Or is their anything else I should do to have proof that the circuit boards were tested?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Earther View Post
    Or is their anything else I should do to have proof that the circuit boards were tested?
    Is what proof enough?

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    dont see any proof here.
    u gonna have a hard time trying to convince anyone with nothing at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msmoorad View Post
    dont see any proof here.
    u gonna have a hard time trying to convince anyone with nothing at all.
    I want to see a video of him testing it with the proper equipment used to test that board.

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    That's not even going to be remotely what you're about to see. Lol. I've never have had to prove a TV circuit board was in operating condition before lol
    I hope a pic like this is enough because well, it's going to have to be I suppose.


    And the open back of the TV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earther View Post
    That's not even going to be remotely what you're about to see. Lol. I've never have had to prove a TV circuit board was in operating condition before lol
    I hope a pic like this is enough because well, it's going to have to be I suppose.


    And the open back of the TV
    Is that a new test pattern.

    Was there a problem with the TV before the screen got kicked in.

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    So I am trying to decipher what your question is. I am now assuming that you want to sell the boards on ebay.

    If this is correct then plug in a source then take the photo, anything with people in it. Take a better photo than you have included here. Make your ebay listing with good photos of each board and I suggest you sell them individually.

    Include the photo of the tv on and working. In your description state the board came from the tv in the photo with the broken screen.

    If this was not your question then I suggest you give it another go. 73, Mike
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    Now go beat the copper out of something, Miked

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    depends on what board you are selling. Power board; if it powers on, should be fine. Logic board is harder. You need to run signals through all the inputs. anything less is a huge question mark.

    imo, not worth the risk. just my 2c
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    To late now. O well live and learn found in the garbage pile so no loss



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