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How to protect Led TV?


LED TV and OLED TVs are usually expensive. So many people don't want to spend too much money on TV, just to replace it in less than a few years. To protect the life of your LED TV, here are some suggestions that will make it a valuable investment.

Turn off the TV when no one is watching

It's a common sense suggestion to turn off the TV when no one is watching. However, many people leave their TV on all day because they forget to turn it off or just use it as a background noise. In this way, when people are busy doing other things, LED TV consumes power through its display screen. Remember, if you run your TV for three hours a day, that's more than 1000 hours a year. Some people even let the TV on for more than three hours without watching, resulting in more time being wasted. That's why turning off the TV when no one is watching is one of the most practical ways to protect its life. Needless to say, you can save a lot of money, because electricity will be cheaper.

Adjust brightness

If the lighting in your home is as bright as the showroom in the mall, there's no need to keep it high. You know, the average life span of LED TV is about 100000 hours. So if you turn the TV to its maximum brightness, it can easily reduce 100000 hours to 50000 hours, because it has to run twice to keep up. So, when you buy an LED TV, be sure to adjust its brightness. Brightness settings vary by brand, but most movie or home settings are bright enough. Some models also have darkroom or midroom settings that display brightness based on the lighting of the room. These settings not only make LED TVs look good, but also increase their lifespan.

Comparison of changes

Contrast is a setting on LED TVs that determines the difference between dark and bright colors. When you increase the contrast, led TVs consume more energy, which in turn reduces their lifespan. Many of the LED TVs displayed in the store are set to "live" or "dynamic" as default options. Although both methods are suitable for rooms with very bright light, it is better not to leave the LED TV at home. This will light up the LEDs more quickly. To reduce energy consumption, set the setting to standard or movie to consume less energy, instead of selecting the live or dynamic option.

Put it near the ventilation system

If you watch LED TV for a long time, it will consume a lot of electricity in your home. As a result, it generates a lot of heat, which the ventilation system helps to eliminate. But many people put their led TVs in places where there is not enough ventilation. Such a high temperature will affect the internal components of LED TV, making its life short. So you have to put it at least a few inches around the ventilation system to cool it.

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