Now You Can Learn All Kinds Of Hidden Trade Secrets On Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV’s That Will Help Boost Your TV Repair Income Through The Roof

This new E-book covers Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and Vizio TV Power Problems, Memory Problems and Display Faults. 

Saturday, July 15th, 2017

Dear Electronic Technicians,

My name is Damon Morrow and I’m a professional electronics engineering technician who specializes in 3D-LED/OLED/LED/LCD/Plasma TV repair and services along with other sophisticated electronics equipment. Available to you now is a very powerful and effective case history E-book on Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV’s. The e-book is for technicians on all levels of experience (intermediate to professional). This case history document is all text information on Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV’s and totals over 80 case histories on 26 different Samsung 3D-LED, LED, LCD and Plasma TV models, 28 different Sony 3D-LED, LED, LCD, and Plasma TV models, 14 different Toshiba LED, LCD TV models, and 14 different Vizio LED, LCD, and Plasma TV models.

The new Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, Vizio TV E-book is jam packed with secretive fixes for well-known problems that are very popular with these particular TV’s. The exclusive information inside this E-book reveal the components and semiconductors that have failed causing a wide range of faulty TV symptoms. The information contained in the pages of the E-book documents various memory issues, power problems, and display faults along with the part location number(s) of the culprit component(s) causing the TV symptom.



This new E-book reveals secretive case histories on Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio 3D-LED/LED/LCD and Plasma TV Main-Boards, Logic Control Boards (T-CON), Inverter Boards, LED Drive Boards, Y-Sustain Boards, Z-Sustain Boards, and SMPS Boards. The Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV case history E-book comes complete with: 

  • TV Model Number
  • TV Failure Symptom
  • Faulty Board
  • Faulty Board Number
  • Board Location Number Of Faulty Part(s)
  • Description Of How The Parts Failed
  • Some Extra Bonus Notes

This E-book covers 75-inch Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV’s to 60-inch, down to 32-inch TV’s. This e-book reveals hidden trade secret fixes on very popular Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV problems such as:


  • No Screen Raster
  • Solarized Image Raster
  • Welcome Screen Logo Freeze
  • No Audio
  • No Back Lights
  • Stand-by Only
  • Dead, No Power
  • TV Turns On Then Shuts Down
  • TV Shuts Down Intermittently
  • Audio With No Picture
  • Back Lights With No Picture Raster
  • Blinking LED Back Lights
  • Must Unplug TV To Turn Off …………and much more!


This Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV case history E-book is very simple to use and should be considered as an important tool in servicing these TV’s for technicians on all levels of training and experience. This is a good reference tool to have for intermediate or professional technicians who may struggle with Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV repair. This E-book also comes complete with a list of Parts Package Style’s, which is an illustrative list identifying the Package Style of important and key parts known to fail on these TV’s. This list will help TV technicians identify the physical package styling of specific parts, making the ordering process much easier to get through when placing an order for a component or semiconductor from a parts supplier.

This E-book also reveals the infamous SMPS IC chip responsible for ‘No Stand-By’ on Samsung’s UN55D6xxx 3D-LED TV models and the famous 3-blink fault code from Sony’s Google LED-TV as well as, a host of other hidden solutions to popular fault symptoms from Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV’s. This E-book is a genuine record of TV case histories which are listed and documented including 3D-LED, LED, LCD, and Plasma design topologies from Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV manufacturers.  

There’s also a list of Factory Reset Codes for various 3D-LED/LED/LCD and Plasma TV models and their manufacturers. The reset codes help technicians resolve code problems with 3D-LED/LED/LCD/ and Plasma TV’s. There are many TV’s that are mis-programmed, locked, or in a programming mode that is not situated for home use. Using the reset codes will get the TV to operate normally and also allows the technician to by-pass user passwords, program lock-codes, and bring the TV out of ‘Store-Mode’. This E-book is a must have for all TV technicians who need some real-world case histories on the servicing of Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, and Vizio TV’s.

Here are the Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and Vizio TV Case History TV Model:

26 Samsung Models:


28 Sony Models:

KDL-70R520A (3D LED-TV), KDL-60R550A (3D LED-TV) KDL-42V4100 (LCD-TV), FWD-42PX2 (Plasma TV) Z-board repair FWD-42PX2 (Plasma TV) Y-board repair, KDL-40EX500 (LCD-TV) KDL-55EX500 (LCD-TV), KDL-40SL150 (LCD-TV) KDL-46BX420 (LCD-TV), NSX-46GT1 (LED-Google-TV) KDL-60NX720 (3D LED-TV), KDL-55NX720 (3D LED-TV) KDL-55HX800 (3D LED TV), KDL-46HX701 (LCD-TV) KDL-50EX645 (LED-TV), KDL-40EX403 (LCD-TV) KDL-40EX401 (LCD-TV), KDL-42V4100 (LCD-TV) KDL-40EX400 (LCD-TV), KDL-40V4150 (LCD-TV) NSX-40GT1 (LED-Google-TV), KDL-46EX710 (LED-TV) KDL-46EX711 (LED-TV), KDL-40NX700 (LED-TV) KDL-60EX645 (LED-TV), KDL-50EX645 (LED-TV) KDL-46HX701 (LCD-TV), KDL-46EX405 (LCD-TV)

14 Toshiba Models:

42RV665D (LCD-TV), 42HL167 (LCD-TV), 42X3500E (LCD-TV) 40XV645U (LCD-TV), 46SV670U (LED-TV), 52XV645U (LCD-TV) 40RV525RZ (LCD-TV), 55SV670U (LED-TV), 47ZV650U (LCD-TV) 37HL67S (LCD-TV), 32C120U1 (LCD-TV), 37AV555D (LCD-TV) 37AV52U (LCD-TV), 42LX196 (LCD-TV)

14 Vizio Models: M420NV (LED-TV), E320-A1 (LED-TV), E371VL (LCD-TV) E421VA (LCD-TV), E470VA (LCD-TV), VP50HDTV20A (Plasma-TV) VF550M (LCD-TV), VO47LFHDTV30A (LCD-TV) E3D420VX (LCD-TV), E550VL (LCD-TV), VS42LFHDTV10A (LCD-TV) E390-A1 (LED-TV), M421NV (LED-TV), E320ME (LCD-TV)  

There are also the LCD/Plasma TV manufacturer reset codes included in the ebook:

Akai,Element, Emerson, Funai, Haier, HP, Hitachi, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, Philips, Pioneer, Proscan, RCA, Sanyo, Symphony, Toshiba, Vision Quest, WestingHouse

About Reset Codes

The reset codes is to help TV technicians fix code problems with  various LCD TV’s and Plasma TV’s. Many of these TV’s are mis-programmed, locked, or in a programming mode that is not situated for home-use. Once you know how to operate the reset codes you will have a higher chances to successfully repair the TVs.

Here's a preview of some pages from the guide


Here's a sample of the case History 

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That’s right! Take up to eight weeks to examine and use the information and tips in this Ebook. That’s up to 60 day to put these repair information to work on your Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and Vizio TV Case Histories in your own home.  If you aren’t satisfied for any reason, or it doesn’t live up to your expectations, you won’t be out at all. Just send me an e-mail and tell me the reason and I will refund the purchase price. Right up to the final day of this 60 day guarantee.

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It’s easy to order. All you need to do is click on the link below, which will take you to the order page, and then you just enter your information in. The whole process only takes a minute or two. As soon as you have placed your order, you’ll immediately be taken to a secret page where you can save the Ebook in your computer. And don’t worry, downloading the information is a real snap. (It works perfectly with both MAC and PC computers.). There is no shipping and handling because it’s an electronic course. That means you won’t have to wait in order to begin using these strategies in your repair business. You can be on your way to success in just a few minutes. Even if you have never downloaded anything from the internet before, don’t worry, it comes with instructions. It’s so easy! All of the Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and Vizio TV’s problems and solutions are revealed in a step-by-step, easy to understand format. This info-product is one-of-a-kind and not found in any BOOKSTORES!

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Product Details

Ebook Format: PDF File

Pages: 71 pages

Language: English

Bonus: Email Support Is Included

Compatible With: PC, Laptop and Mac Computer

Price: USD29.85

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    Emerson LCD TV Case History Volume 1 

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This Emerson Short case history E-book is packed with secret fixes for popular problems on Emerson LCD TV’s. The secretive information inside this e-book reveals the parts or IC chips that have failed causing the problematic TV symptom.

This Emerson short case history book documents various memory issues, power problems, display problems and the location number of the parts that caused the TV to develop an erroneous symptom.

This e-book has secret case histories on Emerson Main-Boards, Inverter Boards, and SMPS Boards.


I look forward to getting a letter from you and telling me about your Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and Vizio TV repair experience. Even though I may receive a lot of mails, please do write to me. I’d love to hear your success story!

Happy Repairing, 

Damon C Morrow

P.S: With just one television repaired successfully from the help of my “Samsung, Sony, Toshiba and Vizio TV Case Histories Volume 1” E-book, you immediately get your return investment back a few times over, from just one TV repair!'


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