The Consumer Recycling Guide: Repair Page
After hosting recycling information for many years, obviously.com is proud to review select repair links. "Repair" is (or should be) the fourth R in "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle". Repair is not always less expensive than mass produced new goods, but it does provide much higher skilled employment, and can greatly reduce resource expenditure.
LCD Monitors and Televisions:
Surprisingly, just about any problem with a modern flatscreen can be repaired. While there are thousands of models, they are built up from a small number of component parts. The parts that fail most frequently are well known to a few select shops. Look for a shop with electronics experience, one that can repair boards to a compnent level (not simply swap parts). The resources listed here can all fix out-of-production displays, in addition to current models. Cracked glass cannot be fixed, everything else can be:
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