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How do I increase the lifespan of the backlight in my LED TV?

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As someone with an interest in TV repair, I've noticed that backlight failure seems to be a very common issue with newer LED TVs. From what I've read on this forum it is because TV manufactures drive the LEDs with too much current and don't provide adequate cooling. What can I do to prevent this from happening to my own LED TV? I've turned the backlight brightness from 100 down to 65, will this be enough to improve the lifespan? Now I've repaired backlights before on TVs that I bought cheap with the intention of repairing and selling, but I don't want to have to repair the backlight on my own personal TV that I payed retail price for.


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