Why LED TVs is "burn in"?

  • 5 November 2021
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LED TVs are based on the principle of backlighting fluorescent lamps or liquid crystals of the matrix by LEDs. It is called "light emitting diode" in English, which means "light emitting diode". LED TVs have a number of advantages, such as lower power consumption. But one of most crucial problems encountered in LED TVs, even the first problem is "screen burning." This problem, popularly known as "television freezing," is that the image stays stable for a while.
We asked Bashir Ibrahimov, a TV repair technician, to find out the cause of this problem. He issue the process to the failure of a car or apartment lamp, noted that this problem applies to all brands of TV manufacturers:
"These lamps have a service life of 10,000 hours. At the end of that period, they are out of order. When repairing, it is necessary to replace it with a completely new one, because when you replace it alone, the problem reoccurs after 1-2 months.