We all know that simple present tense shows Repeated Actions such as a habit, a hobby, a daily event, a scheduled event or something that often happens (Source)
Eg: I play tennis.
We also know that Non-Continuous Verbs or Stative verbs used in Simple Present to express an action is happening or is not happening now (Source)
Ex: I am here now = I am staying here now.
It is wrong to say "I am being here now".
To be is also use to show a state. Eg: She is fat.
Now, let see this sentence:
He breaks His TVs (a regular event)
And its passive voice: His TVs are broken (by him) (a regular event in passive form)
But we also have "broken as an adjective (Source)" Eg: a broke leg
So, His TVs are broken is a regular event in a passive form or a thing that is happening or a state?
How do we know it is a regular event in a passive form or a state?