Normally when we watch TV, anything falls on the screen like a finger or pencil, and nothing happens to our TV. But in the case of Smart TVs, even if tube light focus is falling on the screen, the panel behind gets melted and damage the TV to a worse extent. Yes, you read it right. So if your tube light is falling on the TV screen of your Smart TV, then go for an immediate check-up because this would lead to more damage.
Again come to the main question, how it happens. When we watch TV, anything falls on the screen like a finger or pencil, and nothing happens to our TV because normal panels are hard and do not get affected by these things. But in the case of Smart TVs, even if tube light focus is falling on the screen, it gets melted and completely damaged to a worse extent. The main reason behind the melting of the TV screen is ultraviolet rays which are emitted by tube light or any other light source falling on it.
If you are planning to buy a new TV, then go for the latest technology like LED backlight TVs. According to some experts, this mishap can lead to “Burns or fire,” which sometimes is even more dangerous. There are many smart TVs that are equipped with the latest technology like LED backlight which has better features and offers good display without any damage.
We recommend keeping your TV away from direct sunlight and UV rays. So if your TV is near to any window then it should be covered otherwise you’ll face this type of inconvenience.
So we need to cover our smart TVs with a permanent guard so that this damage doesn’t happen. Recently LG has released its new lineup of TVs with OLED technology. They claim that even if the lights are falling over it, it won’t affect the picture quality and the TV.
So to make your TV run longer, please do cover your smart TV with a permanent guard to remove future worries. It will cost you just Rs 300-500, but it can save your costly TV from damage or cracking.