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Choosing the proper television parts can be confusing if you're not aware of the various functions and systems of each part. TV repair can be accomplished on your own if you know what you're doing. Keep in mind that the supplies you purchase should be compatible with your TVs model. The following are terms you might encounter when shopping for TV supplies.

  • Color Wheel - The source of the TV picture's color, which is composed of a spinning circle of primary colors. A buzzing sound coming from your television is an indication that you need to replace the color wheel.
  • Transistor - An essential component of TVs and other electronic devices that uses a semiconductor to switch and amplify electric signals.
  • Antenna - A device used to transmit local television broadcasts to your TV. Rabbit ears and other antenna parts are oriented to create good reception for broadcasts.
  • Digital Converter Box - A device you must install in order to transmit broadcasts with an antennae. Broadcast stations used to use analog transmissions, but now use digital transmissions that require a converter for reception.
  • Display Panel - Serves as the screen and provides the television's visual display. Many modern TV's utilize flat display panels. For example, LCD TVs use electroluminescent flat panels, while plasma TVs use plasma displays. Older television models usually incorporate cathode ray tube displays.
  • Pixel Resolution - The number of pixels in a single row on a TV screen. High-resolution displays are common in modern TV technology and create a sharper picture.
  • Cable - A system of transmitting TV channels that are limited to a paid service.
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    Jim's Electronics
    1457 W 6th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402
    For years we have provided top quality parts and service for televisions, cameras, video equipment, audio equipment and more. If you're in need of the best service for your electronics, get in touch.
    (541) 343-7683
    1615 Se Tualatin Valley Hwy Ste 2, Hillsboro, OR 97123
    The best option in home electronics repair in the Portland area. From televisions to computers, cameras, and microwaves, we do it all!
    (503) 648-2343
    PRO TV & Video Service
    12810 Sw Canyon Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005
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    (503) 643-8057
    User Review: "So one morning my tv wouldn't turn on properly...And I opened the phone book and called the closest repair shop...." - Ryan (OR)
    Best Buy
    3300 Gateway St, Springfield, OR 97477
    (541) 736-1127
    T V Specialty Shop
    1445 River Rd, Eugene, OR 97404
    (541) 688-5061
    Wilkins TV
    92167 Marcola Rd, Marcola, OR 97454
    (541) 933-1967
    Professional TV & Appliance Service
    2813 Pacific Blvd Sw, Albany, OR 97321
    (541) 928-8035
    Schumacher Sales & Service
    7987 Boedigheimer Rd Se, Sublimity, OR 97385
    (503) 769-2451
    Dallas TV & Radioshack
    988 Se Jefferson St, Dallas, OR 97338
    (503) 623-4770
    Audio-Video Service Center
    3217 Market St Ne, Salem, OR 97301
    (503) 399-7585
    Best Buy
    3801 Center St Ne, Salem, OR 97301
    (503) 371-0826
    Garden Valley TV Repair
    800 Nw Black Ave, Roseburg, OR 97471
    (541) 672-4544
    Joe's TV & Satellite Service
    13732 Wilco Hwy Ne, Woodburn, OR 97071
    (503) 634-2530
    Baker's TV Service
    2112 Portland Rd, Newberg, OR 97132
    (503) 538-2212
    Already There Repair
    3625 Se Russell Ct, Hillsboro, OR 97123
    (503) 693-2529

    The television has become a staple in many homes, with many folks owning more than one TV set. When a TV breaks, a repairman can be called to assess the damage and replace broken parts. If you are electronically inclined and can get your hands on the proper supplies, then you may be able to fix the set yourself, though training is required to become a repairman. The concept of the television came about in the late 1800s, but it wasn't until a century later, that a set was developed that could simulate a moving picture. The tube TV became very popular after its creation, with its monochromatic screen and large external antenna. It wasn't until the 1950s that color became part of the broadcast. The color TV inevitably changed picture quality, making these units even more popular. LCD screens began replacing the traditional projector and the development of plasma increased resolution even more. The more popular models are technologically advanced and have high definition, HD, resolutions. Modern televisions have better signal strength, internal antennas and stronger audio performance. As televisions become thinner yet more advanced, parts inside have evolved to be more streamlined. Smaller circuits and power couplings still provide enough strength to properly transmit signals to the monitor. Tuning is done via remote instead of pressing buttons or turning knobs on the unit, making the connection more delicate in the separation. Because these pieces are so intricate, proper supplies for fine tuning and replication are needed. Since each brand of TV is different, you may need different supplies and parts for each type.
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