Background and Identification
The 32LB5610 is a LED television released by LG near the middle of the 2010s. It has a 32-inch screen with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. When they are attached, the feet sit below the screen near the left and right edges and hold the TV up with their inverted “V” shape. The power button, volume controls, and channel controls are integrated into a small joystick located on the bottom edge of the TV just below the LG logo. You can identify this LG television by looking for an information sticker containing the model number “32LB5610” on the back of the device as shown in this LG support article.
Also located on the back of the set are the video inputs. The LB5610 has two HDMI inputs for digital video and composite/component RCA jacks for analog video. Certain models—likely units sold in Europe or Asia—also have a SCART port. You can also use the TV to receive broadcast signals by attaching an antenna to a coaxial connector on the back of the device. For mounting the TV to a wall, LG placed screw holes on the back case of the set that will work with a 200x200 VESA adapter.
Some common issues with this TV might include a bad power supply board or a bad input board. Since the case is only held together with some screws, you can access and replace these circuit boards with new ones found online. You might also find that the TV has a backlight. You can diagnose this issue by turning on the TV and shining a flashlight into the screen. If this reveals an image, the screen works but the backlight is off.
- 32 inches (81.3 cm) on the diagonal
- 1920x1080 pixels
- Stereo speakers (2 x 20 W)
- Virtual surround sound
- DTS decoder
- Two HDMI ports
- One component video/audio input (RCA jacks)
- One or two composite video/audio inputs (one composite input is shared with the green component input)
- SCART port (only on some models)
- One or two coaxial antenna connectors
- Digital optical audio output (TOSLINK)
- 3.5 mm headphone jack
- USB port
- 200x200 VESA mount
- M6 screws