Re: OT: common folk are stupid with electronics...
- --- In email@example.com, "Evan Koblentz" <evan@...> wrote:
>vacuum tubes was a common quick-fix, not unlike our generation doing a
> For the Boomers and their parent's generation, replacing a TV's
reboot to fix common PC glitches.
>Speaking of TV repairs I have a Sony KP-46WT500. It was given to me by
my boss because he didn't want to pay the $400-$500 to repair it. It
was diagnosed and I have a description of what's wrong, but I have no
expertise in repairing TV's myself and don't think I should attempt
it. It seems there are dangers involved in repairing TV's when you
don't know what you are doing. Anyway I found a suggestion that TV
repair schools will fix these TVs for free
You just pay the cost of the parts. Anyone know of any schools in NJ
that might do something like this ?