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Where can I learn how to repair tv's?

Asked By: kevi8402 - 10/11/2012
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A technical or community college will have classes on electronic appliance repair, and you can try to get a job with a manufacturer or old school appliance repair firm, but I'm not sure what the point would be... More
Answered By: Casey - 10/11/2012
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If you have a technical background. It will be lot easier to learn repairing TVs than one has not got the technical background.Most of the technical Training center, these days offer TV-repair.Visit on line and find the good one, you will definitely get the opportunity to learn how to repair TVs. Good Luck & Thank you.
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Answered By: Anov - 10/11/2012
 
first read some books about tv theory and troubleshooting techniques . then buy some broken tv.....to repair them ...... also you need some instruments...oscillosope...pattern generator....multi-meter...esr meter email me i you have a question ......
Answered By: khalil - 10/11/2012
 
Casey's long answer is pretty good. Here's a shorter one. This assumes you got good grades in high school in math and science, especially physics. If those things were a struggle for you, you should pick another career... More
Answered By: kg7or - 10/11/2012
 
assuming you already have an electronics education I will teach you: Go here: http://www.plasmatvrepairguide.com/
Answered By: Damon - 10/11/2012
 
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