Question about Televison & Video
What is the effect of leaving an LCD television in an unheated camper throughout the winter. Temps range from 90/ summer to -5/winter.
Just spoke with a vizio tech and they said the temp to operate is 41 degrees F. As long as temps don't go below -4 degrees F your tv should be ok. But if you are going to turn it on the temp needs to be no lower than 41 degrees F. I would let the room and tv warm up to at least 65 to 70 before I would turn it on.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
It shouldn't have any bad effects on the display. When LCD panels get cold they may exhibit slow response time, like trails or a persistent display when action is moving. As long as you don't experience SUDDEN temperature changes you should be OK
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