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# When the TV shuts down to protect it from bad led bulbs, is it just turn the back light off or turn entire TV off? It does not. Your TV does not check the backlight (only your inverter circuitry) as a POST check
# Can defective led strip be working fine for hours, partially out, or out entirely and the symptom randomly repeats?
# Yes, if it is loose connections etc.
-# Measure the output from the power board to the LED’s and se what voltage you get. Sure it is possible that this is an LED issue (common for LG at this time) but you are not guaranteed it is. At least do some more trouble shooting.
+Measure the output from the power board to the LED’s and se what voltage you get. Sure it is possible that this is an LED issue (common for LG at this time) but you are not guaranteed it is. At least do some more trouble shooting.
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Anytime you want to order replacement LED’s verify your panel first. Check the label on it and order the backlight array according to panel manufacturer. It is not uncommon that place like LG etc. change panels during assembly and use a different manufacturer. Using the proper panel ID takes the guesswork out.

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@highart
-# When the TV shuts down to protect it from bad led bulbs, is it just turn the back light off or turn entire TV off? It does not. Your TV does not check the backlight as a POST check
+# When the TV shuts down to protect it from bad led bulbs, is it just turn the back light off or turn entire TV off? It does not. Your TV does not check the backlight (only your inverter circuitry) as a POST check
# Can defective led strip be working fine for hours, partially out, or out entirely and the symptom randomly repeats?
# Yes, if it is loose connections etc.
# Measure the output from the power board to the LED’s and se what voltage you get. Sure it is possible that this is an LED issue (common for LG at this time) but you are not guaranteed it is. At least do some more trouble shooting.
Anytime you want to order replacement LED’s verify your panel first. Check the label on it and order the backlight array according to panel manufacturer. It is not uncommon that place like LG etc. change panels during assembly and use a different manufacturer. Using the proper panel ID takes the guesswork out.

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-# @highart When the TV shuts down to protect it from bad led bulbs, is it just turn the back light off or turn entire TV off? It does not. Your TV does not check the backlight as a POST check
+@highart
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+# When the TV shuts down to protect it from bad led bulbs, is it just turn the back light off or turn entire TV off? It does not. Your TV does not check the backlight as a POST check
# Can defective led strip be working fine for hours, partially out, or out entirely and the symptom randomly repeats?
# Yes, if it is loose connections etc.
# Measure the output from the power board to the LED’s and se what voltage you get. Sure it is possible that this is an LED issue (common for LG at this time) but you are not guaranteed it is. At least do some more trouble shooting.
Anytime you want to order replacement LED’s verify your panel first. Check the label on it and order the backlight array according to panel manufacturer. It is not uncommon that place like LG etc. change panels during assembly and use a different manufacturer. Using the proper panel ID takes the guesswork out.

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# @highart When the TV shuts down to protect it from bad led bulbs, is it just turn the back light off or turn entire TV off? It does not. Your TV does not check the backlight as a POST check
# Can defective led strip be working fine for hours, partially out, or out entirely and the symptom randomly repeats?
# Yes, if it is loose connections etc.
# Measure the output from the power board to the LED’s and se what voltage you get. Sure it is possible that this is an LED issue (common for LG at this time) but you are not guaranteed it is. At least do some more trouble shooting.
+Anytime you want to order replacement LED’s verify your panel first. Check the label on it and order the backlight array according to panel manufacturer. It is not uncommon that place like LG etc. change panels during assembly and use a different manufacturer. Using the proper panel ID takes the guesswork out.

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# @highart When the TV shuts down to protect it from bad led bulbs, is it just turn the back light off or turn entire TV off? It does not. Your TV does not check the backlight as a POST check
# Can defective led strip be working fine for hours, partially out, or out entirely and the symptom randomly repeats?
# Yes, if it is loose connections etc.
# Measure the output from the power board to the LED’s and se what voltage you get. Sure it is possible that this is an LED issue (common for LG at this time) but you are not guaranteed it is. At least do some more trouble shooting.

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