Experienced workers working in Quickhometech can fix all types of TVs. The work is easy for them because they are experts in their field and they have many years of experience, and they are also capable of all kinds of TV Repairs like LED, LCD, OLED, QLED, etc.;
Several vertical lines cross the screen problem
Spider lines emanating from a single spot
Colour balancing or leaking problem
Broken tv panel
Sound Spekers problem
Quantum Light-Emitting Diode
The LCD is enhanced with tiny nanoparticles known as quantum dots, which significantly increase color and brightness. OLEDs continue to outperform QLEDs in terms of contrast ratios, but QLED panels can be larger, last longer, and are less prone to burn-in. Furthermore, QLED TVs are less priced than OLED TVs, with prices ranging between LCDs and OLEDs. If you are noticing the problem in this, you should contact our customer care number.
Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) Display
OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diodes) is a flat light-emitting device composed of a succession of organic thin sheets sandwiched between two conductors. A bright light is emitted when an electrical current is supplied. Because OLEDs do not require a backlight, they are slimmer and more efficient than LCDs (which do require a white backlight). OLED displays are not only tiny and efficient; they also deliver the greatest picture quality available, and in the future, they will be transparent, flexible, foldable, and even rollable and stretchy. OLEDs are the display technology of the future! If you are noticing the problem in this, you should contact our customer care number.
An LED TV is essentially an LCD TV that is backlit with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) rather than an ordinary cold-cathode fluorescent lights (CCFLs), so it's not a very different sort of television, but because it's marketed as LED rather than LCD, we've included it as a distinct item. If you are noticing the problem in this, you should contact our customer care number.
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Display Liquid Crystal TVs are by far the most popular form of television accessible today. LCD technology, which was first created in the 1960s, makes use of a special condition of matter known as liquid crystals. In this condition, molecules are fluid yet have a precise crystal structure that keeps them all aligned in the same direction. In the case of LCDs, each pixel has many perfectly positioned liquid crystal molecules that are placed between two electrodes and two polarizing filters. Light cannot flow through an inactive screen. However, when an electric field is applied, the liquid crystals rotate to a degree determined by the voltage, allowing a proportional quantity of light to enter through the screen at that pixel. As a result, by applying various voltages to various An picture may be seen by dragging pixels across the screen. Nowadays, most LCD TVs are backlit with LED lights and are frequently simply referred to as LED TVs.If you are noticing the problem in this, you should contact our customer care number.
Some problems of TV and solutions
Video and audio are out of sync
The low sync might be due to poor image quality. If using a DVD player, update the file format if feasible.
The picture is dark and dreary
Many televisions nowadays provide ambient picture adjusting. If this is the situation with your television and you dislike the auto-adjust feature, disable it. You may adjust the brightness to your liking.
Blanching of colors
When colors do not seem as they should, the viewing experience suffers greatly. Color calibration can improve quality. If your television does not offer this option, a technician may be able to assist you.
Automatic power off
This problem can be resolved by selecting one of the solutions listed below
There is no sound or no image
- Check to see whether a timer or sleep mode was accidentally set.
- Examine your remote control.
- Unplug any TV-connected devices, including the cable connection, media player, and speakers.
- Take off the main power cord Connect the TV after 1 minute
Images that are distorted
- Whether the television is showing video content but there is no sound, check to see if the mute button has been hit.
- Check the audio strength setting on the remote.
- Change channels; occasionally there are transmission issues, and certain channels may not get sound.
TV not connecting to wifi
- Poor receiving quality from the cable might be the cause of distorted pictures. If this continues, you should call the cable company.
- Play from a DVD to see if the visual quality improves. If the picture continues to be poor, inspect the TV wiring for problems.
- You may also experiment with the brightness and contrast of the image
Your port or router's power should be unplugged after approximately 60 seconds. Make sure your wifi router is turned on and reconnect the power. Wait until the gadget has finished connecting to your network and the internet. Using your browser, check the internet connection
The remote control isn't working
clean up the remote control interface. The battery connectors for the remote control could be unclean. Place the batteries back into the remote control after removing them and use a cotton bud or soft cloth to wipe the remote control terminals with a tiny solution of alcohol. swap out for new batteries.