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Panasonic does offer a one-year warranty. You might want to check the details of the warranty to see what is applicable to your situation. Your best bet would be to take it to an authorized Panasonic repair shop; find out how much the repair would cost, and weigh that against the cost of a new(er) TV.
If this is doing this by itself, I'd return it right away - or if that option is not available; call for warranty service. Now.
Invariably, this will fail catastrophically the day AFTER the warranty expires. If it has been bought less than 30 days ago, you can buy a 3rd party warranty for less than the in-store warranty sells for through SquareTrade.
1 - Where did you buy this and how long ago? 2 - How did this line appear? 2a - If this appeared randomly then you may should find out if you are under warranty 2b - If this occurred due to some trauma to the TV - then you should check again if this is covered under your warranty 3 - Call who you bought the TV through and explain the situation, see if it is covered under warranty, if not then find out how much repair services would be. 4 - Call the manufacturer and again explain the situation, see if they have a manufacturers warranty, if not then find out how much repair services would be. 5 - If all of this fails, check with local repair shops. 6 - Sell on Craigslist, for slightly less than you paid for it, and buy a new TV.
The TV is under a LG factory 1 year warranty.
Unless you bought a refurbished unit which has a 30 day warranty.
Contact LG @ 1 800 243-0000 for warranty repairs.
Be sure to have the...
Date of purchase
And Product code.
The information is on the back of the TV or on a small white tag
on the side of the TV.
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. hope this helps
my tv is doing the same thing i am fighting with wal mart right now my tv was only 1 year old on day i tryed to turn it on and it would not so im trying to get to the biottom of it right now call this girl named lalasha at 479 204 6805 she might be able to help u
Whenever you purchase a product such as a large-screen TV or major appliance from your local Best Buy™ store, you may always contact us directly at 888-BEST-BUY (888-237-8289) for service and repairs. In the event that we do not have a repair technician in your area, we'd be glad to locate a factory-authorized facility on your behalf that is able to assist you.
Best Buy™ technicians are able to provide support for most of the products we sell under their original manufacturer's warranty, in addition to products no longer covered by a warranty for a fee. Remember that while your factory warranty is still in effect, you may always contact the manufacturer directly for service and support as well.
In some cases, products may need to be shipped to a service center in order to complete repairs, especially if they cannot be completed within your home. Please keep in mind however, that this is largely dependent on the type of item being repaired and does not apply to every product or all areas of the country.
For those of you suffering with the loud POP and dead syndrome on this model the "guest" comments here are correct. The Y-Sustain, Z-Sustain and both the upper and lower Y-Drive boards are usually replaced at the same time to prevent any damage from taking out the Y-Sus and Z-Sus boards a second time. You might like to know that the original part numbers for both the Sustain boards have been changed since original manufacturing in an attempt to prevent this problem from happening again and these parts are NOT cheap.
Y-Sus - p/n# 6871QyH039B - $337.74
Z-Sus - p/n# 6871QzH044C - $244.68
Lower Y-Drive - p/n# 6871QdH089A - $132.48
Upper Y-Drive - p/n# 6871QdH088A - $132.48
Above prices do not include shipping or sales tax if applicable.
Unfortunately techs have little voice in trying to get the manufacturers to correct these problems before the warranty runs out - knowing that after warranty repairs are going to be met with quite some resistance when it's coming out of the consumer's pocket.
Also, for reference, I've done about half a dozen of these and all have been under some warranty or extended warranty. Labor was approximately 6.5 hours so you can plan to spend roughly $1400 - $1600 for this repair..
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