Question about Televison & Video
I think there is a fault with the screen itself. Even though it is two years old and probably out of guarantee I think you have a genuine case to have Philips do something about it. Without putting my neck on the block and so it costs you as little as possible you have to somehow persuade Philips technical department to examine the tv to admit a manufacturing fault but usually you have to commision an independant examination yourself which could be quite expensive for it to be confirmed there is a fault with the screen BEFORE going to Philips with your findings. And even if they did admit to the tv screen being faulty they might not do nothing unless you pay some of the cost,again which could be quite expensive. Please seek legal advice and post how you got on every step of the way. Hope this helps and the very best of luck.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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