What does TCON board stand for?

What does TCON board stand for?

T-Con stands for timing controller. Professionals may also refer to T-Con boards as a “controller board” or “control board.” It is the smallest board inside an LCD TV.

Can you use a different TCON board?

It is better to use the same model board if possible to avoid any possible incompatibility problems. Just search for (insert tcon board number) board to hopefully get results. The board number is found on the board itself.

Where is the T-CON board located on a Samsung TV?

This is the interior of the TV, with the top facing you (bottom side of the picture). You see the power supply board in the center, and the main board. The T-Con board is hidden by a metal cover. To get to it, we will have to remove all screws on the parts that cover it.

How do you find the T-CON board?

Now, we say “up” to the T-Con Board mainly because the T-Con Board is typically located on the top middle portion of an LED TV or LCD TV. Occasionally, it may be located directly on top of the Main Board with metal brackets supporting it while the Main Board lies directly beneath it.

How much does it cost to fix a vertical line on a TV?

Vertical Lines on a TV Screen Repairing vertical lines on the screen averages $150 to $400. This is usually an issue associated with your TV’s control board or motherboard, which may be damaged and need to be either repaired or replaced.

What is the purpose of a TI CON board on a Samsung television?

Samsung televisions that utilize liquid-crystal display technology (LCD) need T-Con (Timing Control) boards to produce images on the TV screen. Liquid-crystal display televisions require that the originating signal from the outside be adjusted before images can be reproduced.

Do all LCD TVs have T-Con Board?

Every display panel has a timing controller (TCON), which is the only active component inside a display.