My response was "When will this TV be fixed" and was marked wrong.
I don't think I would need "akan" for this, but would appreciated confirmation from a native speaker.
When this television was repaired
When will this television be repaired? This translation is also goo DuoLingo!! Present and past tens in Bahasa Indonesia is the same. Out of the context we know what is known.
Please add past,present and future information for any indonesian sentences,because every indonesian's verb is same for every pronounce,tq
+1 for future tense, waiting for a native's insights
"When will this television be fixed?" was marked wrong... but like it's stated below, without context there is no way to know tense. I think this answer should be accepted.