Fisher makes quality equipment that will provide entertainment for a long time, but as with any electronic device, transistors may burn out, fuses might blow, motherboards could fry and switches may break. This can especially be the case when components are overworked, causing excessive heat to build up. Fisher equipment isn't solely made up of electronics though, and problems can also occur on a mechanical level.
Depending on what's wrong with your television screen, there are a few possible causes for its malfunction. If your screen gets a static image burned into it, then there are a couple of programs out there that will attempt to repair the burned screen fragments. An alternative course is to run your television for 12 to 24 hours with static snow on the screen. If there are lines or discoloration on the screen, then it could be that the screen is broken. It also might be a connection problem with other components or the service provider. If the screen is black but the television is on, then either the screen is burned out or there are problems on the circuit board that need to be addressed. A multimeter can help you narrow down which electronic part is faulty.
When you get to the point that you've figured out what's wrong with your audio or video equipment, the next step is to search for those parts at Sears PartsDirect. There are two ways to find what you need conveniently. First, you can type the model or part number into the search bar above to be directed to the proper page. Second, there are categories above that you can use to narrow down your search by product or manufacturer. At Sears PartsDirect, we only sell genuine Fisher replacement parts and have a generous return policy if you're not completely satisfied. If you have any questions or concerns, you can talk to one of our caring Sears PartsDirect customer service representatives either online or over the phone.