Case 1. The TV broke during the warranty period.
This is the simplest case. The TV is under warranty for a period of not less than one year. Then it can be taken to the warranty service center, which stipulated the terms of purchase of the TV. If the TV is large, one may require diagnosis on the spot where he stands, but not always. The master just can not be a tool. So often we have to take a broken TV on its own. Diagnosis can take some time, after it the decision will be made whether to repair or not. In the first case it will be free, the second will have to part with a certain amount of money. Repairs can last from two weeks to 45 days. After his warranty is extended.
Case 2. The failure of TV occurred after the expiration of the warranty period.
In this case, the owner of the TV the choice is greatly expanded. He can take the TV to a service center assigned to the brand of TV, and private repair shop. The cost of repair can vary greatly for the same work in different places. It depends on the skills of the master of repair, availability of spare parts, demand for services workshop, etc.
Case 3. The TV is not repairable.
The determination of whether to repair the TV or not, it is best to do warranty service center, in which he served. After the issuance of this opinion, if the TV was under warranty, owner must either return the money or replace the broken TV for the same. If you have a broken TV pass the warranty period and it can not be repaired, his path to the collection point for electronics recycling, or the owner of the TV may turn to third-party workshops on repair of household appliances. Sometimes they are able to repair the equipment, where the service center was denied repair.