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MrScottishGamer

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  1. MrScottishGamer

    Broken LED TV

    Hiya thanks for all the help , i can find the power boards for as cheap as £18 in my the uk which is relatively cheap , might pick one up comepltley out of curiosity , I got the TV for free so I cant complain if I don't get it fixed
  2. MrScottishGamer

    Broken LED TV

    I don’t believe it has a dedicated inverter board because as far as my research has gone the only boards are the power board , the board with the ports and the tlc board , I’m honestly stumped at this point lmao
  3. MrScottishGamer

    Broken LED TV

    Hi , the pictures from before seem to be the power supply because that’s where the mains cable is connected , here’s some pictures of the other boards and the tv as a whole
  4. MrScottishGamer

    Broken LED TV

    Hi I’ve had a look and can’t see anything bad with my own eyes that looks odd , maybe you might spot something I didn’t , here’s some photos , thanks for the help before btw , its well appreciated
  5. MrScottishGamer

    Broken LED TV

    How would I go about doing that? , I'm new to this stuff
  6. MrScottishGamer

    Broken LED TV

    Not sure if this is the right place to ask stuff like this but basically my TV runs for a short while perfectly but with a small buzzing noise then you see a flicker then the display cuts out , I believe it is the backlight inverter because if I shine a torch over the screen I can see a faint image , problem is I can only see a power board , a main board and a tlc board , my TV is : bush led40127fhdcntd. , Is there anyone who could help me out , I'm fine with opening the TV as I've already done so
  7. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    Yeah im aware but ill not be transferring any data via ethernet anyway , thanks
  8. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    okay cheers mate
  9. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    also will my internet speeds get any slower as i connect more devices ?
  10. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    thanks very much for the help
  11. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    will this be sufficient? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/D-Link-8-Port-Unmanaged-Gigabit-Network-Ethernet-Switch-GO-SW-8G-B-UK-Plug/391494792900?epid=20010159592&hash=item5b26e876c4:g:y9IAAOSwvg9XcoGp
  12. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    fair enough , thanks for the help everyone
  13. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    heres a screenshot https://gyazo.com/94de920ee43e17aa9923f6450f030265
  14. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    its the talktalk supplied fibre router its a bit jobby
  15. MrScottishGamer

    Ethernet Switch

    i have ethernet running in to my office from my bedroom and im looking to get a switch for connecting more than one device but i'm wondering will i need a gigabit switch for it because the ports on my router aren't gigabit , my connection is only like 40 down and 9 up
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