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Problem with board

Last March I had a new board put in my Pioneer Projection T.V. Now I am having a problem with it. The screen moved up a little. I called the t.v. repair shop who put it in since it cost me $600.oo. Now the repair man said it was going to cost a couple of hundred dollars to fix. I feel it should not cost anything since it is a new board. Can I have help here.

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Re: problem with board

Problem is theres several boards inside this set and it may not be the same repair. Even if it was a shop cannot warranty a set for more then the manufacturer warranty's the boards. They , the manufacturers only warrantee these boards for 90 days. Its just something that happens .. Its not planned or anything. When was repairing pioneer sets I ran into this situation all the time. As a matter of fact with any projection set I ran into this situation. Its like if you take in your car for brakes, then a month later the water pump goes bad, is the mechanic going to fix the water pump for free?? I think not! Its the same thing as there are hundreds of parts in a TV set, and just because you replace a few of them , you can not garantee all of them. See my point?? Good Luck

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