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Advance TV Repair FAQ

This page answers general questions related to any kind of TV repair.

Q: Do you guarantee the repairs?
Yes. Usually a six months warranty is given. The term may be shorter or longer depending on the parts used.

Q: Do you guarantee the parts?
It depends upon the parts used. For example a replacement new TV tube gives 1 year warranty.

Q: I am not sure whether I buy a new one or repair
To be honest itís totally depends upon what kind of repair are you looking for. If parts are cheaper and the TV is not so old then go for the repair. It really depends how you look at it.

Q: What is the basic tips for keeping a TV working?
Do not put anything on top of the TV that might obstruct the airing grill in the back or top of the cover Put your computer monitor away from your TV.

Q: I have a fault with my TV, What should I do?
The best way is to call us and try to explain the problem. Donít forget to tell the make and model of your TV. We may help you to solve the problem at phone but we are unable to find we will call you and tell you the exact fault and estimate

Q: What is HDTV?
HDTV stands for High-definition television. HDTV is a digital television broadcasting system with higher resolution than conventional television systems.

Q: What should I keep in my mind when placing my TV?
Beside with viewing distance, think about screening height. Your eyes should be about level with the middle of the screen when you're seated in your common viewing position.

Q: What is 1080p?
1080p is currently the highest HDTV screen resolution available, with 1920 x 1080 pixels and progressive scanning (see "i" vs. "p" question below). We can enjoy full picture resolution for all your video sources; the TV won't have to "down convert" the signal and sacrifice detail.

Q: What do the "i" and "p" mean in picture resolution numbers?
The "i" and "p" refer to the video frame rate where "i" stands for interlaced scan and "p" stands for progressive scan.

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