Dubai isn’t the only city in the UAE to have electric appliances, so if you live here you probably know all too well how irritating it can be when they go on the fritz. The good news is that fixing a broken television set (as well as other small appliances and electronics) isn’t really all that difficult, provided you know where to get your hands on the right tools and have some basic troubleshooting knowledge under your belt. Here’s how to fix a broken tv repair dubai.
What to do if your TV won’t turn on
The power button is usually found on the bottom of your TV. If you can’t tell if your power button is broken, plug your television into an outlet and try pressing down on it firmly. You should hear or feel a clicking sound when you press down hard enough. If that works, you need to replace your power button. The power cord is what transmits electricity from an outlet to your television and sits in between them.
What to do if your screen isn’t working
- Unplug the power cord from the back of the TV and plug it back in.
- If you are using a cable or satellite box, unplug it from the wall outlet and then plug it back in.
- Check all connections for your equipment and make sure they are plugged into the proper spots on your TV as well as any other devices plugged into your TV.
- If you are still experiencing difficulties with your screen not working, consult an expert for more assistance by calling us at 800-810-8383 (4:30 am – 11 pm).
If your screen is still not working after completing these steps, we recommend you call our experts at 800-810-8383 (4:30 am – 11 pm) for further assistance. Our team of experts will be able to answer any questions you have and provide more troubleshooting steps if needed. We are here for you 24/7 so you can rest easy knowing that we have your back!
What to do if the sound isn’t working
If your television’s sound is no longer working, it could be because of several different factors. The first thing you should do is make sure the volume button on your remote control isn’t set too low. If this doesn’t work, try resetting your television by unplugging it and plugging it back in. If that doesn’t work either, there may be an electrical issue with the speaker or audio cable–in this case, you’ll need to take your television into an electronics repair shop for them to diagnose the problem.
It’s likely they will tell you that you can schedule an appointment with an authorized repair shop–usually one they work with regularly. Many electronics stores offer repair services, so simply call around and choose which one will give you an estimate for fixing your television quickly and easily. If neither of those options are available for some reason, be sure to check out reviews online before deciding on any one place. While it may be tempting just to take your television back for repairs at your home electronics store, there are many places where it would make more sense–and be less costly–to take it instead.
Tips for choosing a new smart television
Choosing the right TV can be difficult. With so many options, it is important to consider which features are most important for you and your family. As well as what size TV would fit best in your home.
What Screen Size? First of all, decide on the screen size you would like. It’s not always easy to know which size is best for your living room. The best way to find out what size will work is by measuring the area where you plan on placing your new television and then calculating how far away from it you would sit while watching it.
Connectivity. Next, decide whether or not you want your television connected to wifi and/or internet. If you have good connection at home, then having your TV connected will allow you more options as far as using apps on your screen. However, if there are areas of bad connection within your home, it might be best not connect at all so that you don’t end up with problems later on when watching shows or movies.