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charroo you really just need a few additional tools. You still need an oscilloscope just like in the "olden" days. LED/CCFL tester is always good to have. This will allow you to test the panels backlight. Than you need a good multimeter, a capacitance meter still comes in handy. After that, get a couple of good hand tools like a set of Philips screwdrivers. What you definitely will have to have is a good set of schematics. Since most of the boards are meant to be replaced there is not a lot of component information out there. So I'd focus on that. Always keep a good supply of common replacement boards. I prefer to repair Samsung, Sony and Panasonic over Vizio :-) but-)but then I am just a tinkerer. There really are no LED TV's ([https://www.truthinadvertising.org/samsung-led-televisions/|just ask Samsung)]. You'd be dealing with LCD/DLP and Plasma TV's out there
charroo you really just need a few additional tools. You still need an oscilloscope just like in the "olden" days. LED/CCFL tester is always good to have. This will allow you to test the panels backlight. Than you need a good multimeter, a capacitance meter still comes in handy. After that, get a couple of good hand tools like a set of Philips screwdrivers. What you definitely will have to have is a good set of schematics. Since most of the boards are meant to be replaced there is not a lot of component information out there. So I'd focus on that. Always keep a good supply of common replacement boards. I prefer to repair Samsung, Sony and Panasonic over Vizio :-) but-)but then I am just a tinkerer. There really are no LED TV's ([https://www.truthinadvertising.org/samsung-led-televisions/|just ask Samsung)]. You'd be dealing with LCD/DLP and Plasma TV's out there

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charroo you really just need a few additional tools. You still need an oscilloscope just like in the "olden" days. LED/CCFL tester is always good to have. This will allow you to test the panels backlight. Than you need a good multimeter, a capacitance meter still comes in handy. After that, get a couple of good hand tools like a set of Philips screwdrivers. What you definitely will have to have is a good set of schematics. Since most of the boards are meant to be replaced there is not a lot of component information out there. So I'd focus on that. Always keep a good supply of common replacement boards.  I prefer to repair Samsung, Sony and Panasonic over Vizio :-) but then I am just a tinkerer.

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