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Rent your LCD television through Forbes. You can’t beat renting an LCD television for your home with Forbes Rentals. The LCD television is the heart the home entertainment. Forbes Rentals LCD televisions are High Definition and have a Freeview Tuner. Renting with Forbes Rentals enables you to achieve the ultimate family home entertainment experience. At Forbes Rentals we offer a choice of stylish, slim spacing LCD television designs, for rental to suit all budgets.
What happens when your LCD television goes wrong? If you own your LCD television you will have to wait for service and parts, which can be both expensive and with the risk in some cases of it taking weeks, causing needless worry and a bill at the end of it. At Forbes Rentals our customers have the benefit of knowing that their LCD television rental includes service by our own fully qualified engineers.
Calls placed before 10am are offered same day service and if we are unable to repair it on the day we will arrange for a replacement LCD television to be delivered, ensuring you are not left without your essential household item. Our Customer Care Department have a team of knowledgeable and professional people at hand to help and give you friendly guidance and advice.
If your LCD television goes wrong, you are only ever a phone call away for service or support. Remember Rent and Relax.
LCD televisions produce a black and coloured image by selectively filtering a white light, which is provided by a series of cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs) at the back of the screen. Millions of individual LCD shutters arranged in a grid, open and close to allow a measured amount of the white light through. Each shutter is paired with a coloured filter to remove all but the red, green or blue (RGB) portion of the light from the original white source. The individual colours blend together to produce a single spot of colour, a pixel. Changing the relative intensity of the light passing through the sub-pixels controls the shade of colour. Click For More Info