Model #32LH30 LG LCD Television

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Q:

how much approx to replace the broken screen on LG 32LH30 TV?

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The labor charge will vary from whoever is doing the work. I cannot give an estimate for sears because the technician working the call makes that determination. I would assume Sears' labor would be over 100 for this job since we do in home service. The part itself is EAJ59698201. Sears sells it at this link .

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
May 11, 2010
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Looks like it's better to buy a new one. Do you buy broken screen TVs for spare parts?

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annushka -
May 11, 2010
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How do I set up my HD TV with a amp,VCR and DVD I have a HD Cable box . no sound thru my stereo?

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We need to start with the cable box to make sure you get the optimal sound and video coming out of it. Connect the HDMI or component cables to your TV. Right now we only have the TV and box connected and you can view HD programming in stereo sound.

Next we need to add the receiver in order to have digital audio. The TV cannot output a digital signal from another source, only from over the air broadcast digital signals. This is common in every TV I have ever seen. In order to get Digital audio you must connect an optical audio out from the cable box directly to the Sony receiver. I would recommend using the TV/SAT IN (pg.11) connector on the satellite and turning the speakers off on the TV (pg.85). If you have the HDMI connected it might read the TV as stereo and not able to decode Dolby Digital. There is a procedure found in the Cisco 4250HDC (pg.12) for going into the settings and changing the audio output to Dolby.

We know have HD video coming from the box to the TV and digital audio from the box to the receiver. The next step is to bring the DVD into the picture. The optimal connection for both video and audio is component to the TV with the optical jack going to the receiver. Your receiver only has one optical input that is also linked to a video input (which we are not using), two for a MD/DAT recorder, and one for SACD which is not linked to a video source. Since we are bypassing the receiver for the video, I would hookup the optical out of the DVD to the SACD connection on the receiver and this might work.

We now have The DVD and cable box both connected to the receiver for audio and to the TV for the best picture available from both devices. To finish up we need to connect the VCR to the TV. There is no digital audio coming form this device but we still want to use the receiver because it will be a better sound device than the TV. Since the VCR does not offer a S-Video output, connect the VCR into the receiver using the composite (yellow,red,white) cables (pg.10) and video out (yellow only) to the TV (pg.10). It can be argued that going directly into the TV with the video signal might look better because you skip a link that can degrade the signal with the added perk of only having to use one set of cables but you can try both ways to see if you can tell the difference.

Follow the order in which I describe this connection guide to you and stop at each step to make sure it is working. From the beginning hook up the cable box to the TV and make sure you are getting the maximum resolution out of the box. The default settings are sometimes not optimal since it could have been set up to work on a standard TV. Make sure you are getting the correct audio out of the box to the receiver as well since we are dealing with multiple components and brands and they need to be on the same page as to what kind of signal it is receiving. I checked and they both say they can output/receive Dolby Digital so I do not think there will be a problem but if there is, you've found the point where the loss is occurring by setting up one by one.

With this configuration, your DVD Recorder function is not being used. In order to be able to record to the DVD recorder form the cable box you will need a separate connection of composite cables going to the input of the recorder (pg.14). I am not sure that you can output a signal from the composite inputs while the HDMI is outputting a signal as well. If this is possible, you can simple connect a set of cables and record as you watch TV. If not then you will need to also connect the recorder with another set of cables from the DVD player to the receiver to use it like you have the VCR hooked up. This will let you record and watch the program at the same time, just not at the same quality.

Links:

Set Top Box

Receiver

LCD TV

VCR (click on support, product documents, then enter the model number)

DVD

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
December 03, 2009

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