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I purchased an Emerson CR202EM8 for my daughter last December. The picture on the screen is turning black on the edges of the picture.
How come after purchasing this tv in less than a year the tv is not showing a decent picture ? The tv has a 2 year warranty. Can't this be fixed at no charge ? According to Walmart, where I purchased it they only stand behind the purchase for 90 days. Why then the 2 year warranty ??????

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The Majority of problems on this and all other LCD TV's are capacitor problems the power pack needs smooth power to work correctly however the warranty should be valid and you need the proof that you bought it and you need to know who to contact about the 2 year warranty it may be Emerson you need to speak with not Walmart. I would contact them next(Emerson), or whom ever the third party repair service is that will cover the Warranty.
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