Just as an example : https://spares2repair.co.uk/sony-55-inch-full-led-backlight-array-yls-han55-7020-rev1.5-yls-hrn55-7020-rev2-syv5541-75.p3c08g001-kd-55x85?gclid=CjwKCAjwu4WoBhBkEiwAojNdXrnTibriqyA6pCzCySiPDkj61pI_MOPi-K2jpWq_PV9wU0ap-yg_3RoCTdIQAvD_BwE shows that you can get some panels at least but he'll need to search on part number for best results.
Should be quite an easy fix though, used to do lots of laptop screens back in the day and it's gonna be similar, just a scale thing. (Fave job was a customer who in a fit of rage threw his stapler at the desk, it bounced - right into his new laptop. He was a bit shamefaced when I collected it! 🤣🤣)
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On Wed, 13 Sept 2023 at 9:34, The Duncan Reid Consultancy<dun...@duncanreid.consulting> wrote:
On 13 Sep 2023, at 17:37, 'Sean Jarman' via DoES Liverpool <does-li...@googlegroups.com> wrote:
I agree with the earlier replies, it may well be a Samsung or CMO panel,. Strip the TV and get part number, then Google it.
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