Question about LG 42LC2D 42 in. LCD HDTV
Maybe the tv has been moved or transported recently. Plasmas can't really be layed on it's back (horizontally) they should always be standing vertically.
But in a case where it has been tilted or layed on it's back, then it should be left standing vertically for atleast 24 hours (i recommend 48 hours to be sure) without plugging it in... no electricity what so ever running into it. ( lets the gases inside the tv balance) > afterwards just plug it in and hold your wallet.
plasma tv's have a tendancy of malfunctioning when it's "chemically imbalanced".
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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