Repairing your TV can save you money!

When your TV stops working or suffers accidental damage, your first instinct might be to go out and buy a new one. However, this can be an expensive option, and you may be surprised to learn that repairing your TV can be a more cost-effective solution in most cases. By repairing your TV instead of replacing it, you can save hundreds of pounds, and extend the life of your TV. Get a FREE repair quote from APTV Repair.

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How much could you save?

TV Repair Dropdown

Estimated cost:

Average cost of a new TV:

£600

Saving over buying a new TV:

Please note: Figures shown are estimates only. Repair fee’s vary from make, model and age. Estimates are based on averages of actual repairs fee’s over the last 12 months.

All TV models repaired

We repair all LCD, LED TV Brands including all the latest models and technologies including 4k ultraHD.

Free TV repair estimates

We offer a no fix no fee guarantee. Most TV repair estimates can be given over the phone without looking at the TV.

Save money with a TV repair

Repairing your TV can be more cost effective than buying a new one. Repairs can be as little as little as £75

Brand new TV’s available to buy

If your TV is beyond repair or you’re looking to purchase a new one we always have a wide range of new and used TV’s available.

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See what are customers have to say

We are rated excellent on Yell and Google.

“Knowledagable and honest”

“I would highly recommend this service if you want a quick, efficient professional job carried out. Andrew was friendly, knowledgeable and more importantly honest. He gave exactly what he said I would receive, no hidden costs just a pure honest service.”

“Excellent customer relations”

“Andy is the best. I saw him online and i’m glad he didn’t disappoint. Excellent customer relations, quick response and delivery. Honest and straightforward. I give him 5 stars”

“Very happy
customer”

I contacted APTV repair to fix a broken LG tv. The backlight had gone. It was replaced and the tv works again! Very happy customer. Dropped off and delivered back to me in an hour, impressive! Highly recommend using for any issues with your tv.

View all our 5-star reviews here

New and used TV’s for sale

We always have a range of TV’s for sale from 32″ to 55″ and our stock changes daily. Click on one of the size ranges below to enquire on availabilty.

32″-45″ TV’s
from just £79

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46″-54″ TV’s
from just £120

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55″-65″ TV’s
from just £250

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Common Faults

Below are some of the most common issues with TV’s that we are able to repair:

  • Dim screen picture

  • Shadow (top, bottom, side)

  • Sound and no picture

  • Flashing picture

  • Bright spots on the screen

  • Blue patches on screen

  • Dark patches on the screen

  • Picture flickering

  • No power light

  • Turning on and off

  • Dim Screen Picture

  • Dim Screen Picture

  • Dim Screen Picture

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YEARS EXPERIENCE

There are several things that can cause damage to a TV screen. Here are some common causes:

  1. Physical impact: One of the most common causes of screen damage is physical impact. If your TV screen is hit or bumped, it can crack or shatter the screen.
  2. Electrical surge: An electrical surge can also cause damage to your TV screen. This can happen if there is a power outage or if lightning strikes your home.
  3. Heat: Excessive heat can damage your TV screen. It’s important to ensure that your TV is not placed in direct sunlight or near a heat source like a fireplace or radiator.
  4. Pressure: Pressure on the screen can cause damage. This can happen if the TV is stacked on top of other equipment or if it’s leaned against a wall or furniture.
  5. Cleaning with improper materials: Using abrasive materials or harsh chemicals to clean your TV screen can cause scratches and damage to the screen.
  6. Manufacturing defects: Sometimes, TV screens can be defective right out of the box. This can result in dead pixels, uneven backlighting, or other issues.
  7. Age and wear and tear: Over time, TVs can simply wear out and develop issues like ghosting, image retention, or color distortion.

It’s important to take precautions to avoid damage to your TV screen, such as placing it in a safe location, using the proper cleaning materials, and avoiding physical impact.