After the first accidental fall from the height of the sofa (only 35-40 cm) onto the linoleum floor, it stopped working: the TV simply did not respond to any manipulations with the remote control. It seems to be "cured" after removing and reinstalling the batteries, but it only lasted a couple of days. Each subsequent procedure for removing / installing batteries helped for less and less time. Then the moment came when it became enough for only 2-3 teams. Finally, he "passed out" completely and the removal / installation of the batteries no longer revived. At the same time, the batteries retained their charge, almost completely. And replacing the batteries with new ones did not change the situation.
Spat, bought a new one, exactly the same. I paid 1500 + 500 for delivery, so as not to drag myself through all of Moscow. A couple of months later, my daughter accidentally pushed the new remote control to the floor (again, from the sofa). And again, for a week and a half, it was possible to "galvanize" by removing / installing batteries, after which it finally turned into a "stone".
Before that, there were many different TVs, including SAMSUNG, the remotes were dropped repeatedly, but they served for years! In my opinion, never dropping the remote control is not realistic at all. But pay 2000 rubles. after every accidental fall, it's cheaper to buy another TV...
After the second "dead" console, I took it apart to see what was broken in it. Still, he worked for 7 years as a CCP service engineer at the turn of the 2000s. I did not find any external signs of damage: no rebounded soldering, no cracks on the printed circuit board. Perhaps the internal conductors in any element do not withstand.
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