Samsung has expanded its self-repair program to include TVs, soundbars, monitors and projectors. The lineup now includes 2023 Samsung TVs and remote controls, as well as monitors that launched last year, the second-generation Freestyle projector and select soundbars. Spare parts for this can be purchased directly from the company and its partners.
Back in December, Samsung added the Galaxy Z Flip5 and Z Fold5 foldable smartphones to its self-repair program. And in the first half of 2023, the company also added the Galaxy S22 smartphones and Galaxy Book laptops, among other Galaxy series products.
Samsung has also expanded the range of spare parts for self-repair of devices already included in the range. The list now includes speakers, SIM card trays, side and volume buttons, display assemblies, back glass and charging ports for phones and tablets. Galaxy Book owners can now repair the speakers and fan themselves.
The company said that in most cases, users only need simple tools like a Phillips screwdriver to repair TVs and monitors. Users can “replace”Details about image, power supply, WiFi connection and sound» for different types of displays. You’ll also get access to repair manuals and parts for select 2023 soundbars from the company.
Samsung partner Encompass Supply Chain Solutions currently offers parts for 2023 displays, soundbars and TVs, as well as the Freestyle Gen 2 projector. The inventory includes three The Frame TV models, four M-Series smart monitors, two curved monitors and ViewFinity S9. The list of Galaxy devices includes smartphones starting from the S20 (including S23 FE), the Galaxy Tabs S7 Plus and S9, and the Galaxy Book and Book 2 (15-inch standard models, 13- and 15-inch 360° versions) . . Samsung also has a multi-year partnership agreement with iFixit.
In total, the list of supported devices includes more than 50 devices, including 14 newly added devices.