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I have a Philips plasma 50 inch tv, I had the red dot problem a year ago. Went through the extended warranty and Andulusia TV service in Bensalem, to repair the problem. They had it for amonth and told me that they replaced the motherboard, it wasn't fixed. I called them and they came out again and took my TV for 2 weeks. They called and said it was fixed and they are going to deliver my TV back to me. Put the TV on and 2 hours later, BAM ! red dots again. Called the warranty company (Repair Master) and asked them what do I have to do to get it fixed or get it replaced, obviously something is wrong with it. They told me to send it back to Andulusia TV and it will not be replaced until they say it can't be repaired. Andulusia wants me to give them the TV back again. I said, No, you had it two times already in a year and its not fixed. Basically, they told me to go pound sand. I think the system is that they wait you out until the warranty is over, then it's screw you. I'm Hot. This TV was $3,800.00 and $500.00 for the warranty. I need some good adavice. Can you help me out?
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Posted on Mar 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Zenith 50 plasma
plasma parts are currently alot on backorder, so it will take time to get them.is your repairguy ASC for LGE?? if not, take your TV to an ASC. they get the training and know what they are doing,not those wannabe repairman........
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: Sound on TV
I to have a sound problem with the W3201''
I too have a sound problem witn the W3201C 32 inc LCD TV. My set is a mere 2 years old. the sound pulses when turned on, however after about 20 mins or so wih the sound muted, the sound does clear up - how long this fix will work is anybodies guess and when that fix goes, what then. I have phoned Dell and they told me they no longer make either this TV or the parts to repair it. I REALLY dont think we should silently put up with this
shoddy workmanship, If Dell refuses to replace these defective TV's, which were certainly not cheap - I for one am seeking legal counsel
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Philips plasma
the panel is bas. it has a diffusion problem.most extended warranty companies require you to let the shop try 3 times to repair for the same problem. on the 4th time they talk replacement.
best to read the contract.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: I have green and red "speckles" that are very distracting within the dark/black areas of the picture. I upgraded software with Philips. No help. Nearest Philips repair is almost an hour away. TV i
I had the same problem with my TV. It was a horizontal problem with different shades of color, and black spots. I replaced my Upper & Lower Y-buffer boards. Your Y-sus board should be okay since it still powers on the screen. You should replace the Y-buffers Upper & Lower, and it should work. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 16, 2009
This should be repairable. It may be the LVDS Cable or the Main board problem. The only other problem is the T-Con Board.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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